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“I don’t give a sh*t”: Internet Applauds The Last of Us Star Pedro Pascal’s Reaction to Homophobes and Transphobes Disowning Him

"I don't give a sh*t": Internet Applauds The Last of Us Star Pedro Pascal's Reaction to Homophobes and Transphobes Disowning Him

Pedro Pascal is the man of the hour, currently one of the most sought actors in Hollywood Pascal is having the best time in his career. He has made an un-erasable mark on the history of Television as his name is associated with two of the biggest and most critically acclaimed shows.

The first is Mandalorian and the other is The Last of Us, the latter is not just a great show it is also the first successful game adaptation at this scale. Pascal is trending due to his phenomenal acting performances and career choices no doubt but he has also been making waves on Twitter by shutting down Homophobes and Transphobes.

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Homophobic and transphobic comments should not be accepted in today’s time and age. With knowledge and awareness, we are educated enough to not judge anyone based on their sexual preferences or sexuality. Many Hollywood celebrities have come forward in solidarity with these marginalized groups.

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Some Hollywood celebrities have come out of the closet in 2022 stars like Rebel Wilson, 42,  announced that she is dating someone of the same sex. Recently The Last of Us star Pedro Pascal won the hearts of fans on Twitter when he stood up against homophobes and transphobes.

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Fans applaud him for these quirky ways of shutting down homophobic and transphobic comments by ignorant folks on Twitter.

This was not the first time Pascal stood up against them, he has done similar things in the past. Like the last comment reveals a tweet by the actor on how he is tired of arrogant Macho men. Fans supported that tweet as well hailing him as God.

Also Read: Pedro Pascal Follows Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wants To Play The Mandalorian “For the Rest of His Life” Like Terminator and Rocky

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Pedro Pascal in The Last of Us

It is indeed refreshing to see a successful actor take his time out and contribute to a cause while he is aware of the influence and power he has. Interestingly enough Pedro Pascal’s stance is not entirely political it is also personal.

Pedro Pascal celebrated his sister coming out as Transgender

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Around two years ago Pascal’s sister Lux Pascal came out as a transgender woman, The Mandalorian actor showed support for his sister on Instagram. Lux Pascal talked in-depth about her transition, struggles, and experience of being a transgender woman.

Also Read: ‘He’s such a Chad. Oh my God’: The Last of Us Star Pedro Pascal Smiles and Politely Asks Trolls to Watch the LGBTQ Love Stories

She spoke with Ya magazine, a Spanish magazine. The actress revealed how supportive her brother and family were of her situation,

“My transition has been very natural for everyone in my family. It’s almost something that they expected to happen. Pascal has been an important part of this. He’s also an artist and has served as a guide for me. He was one of the first people to gift me the tools that started shaping my identity.”

The actress came out to her brother over FaceTime, the GOT actor was scared and concerned for her sister. When she ensured him that she felt great the actor was elated, he said, “Perfect, this is incredible,” Lux Pascal is proud of her journey and her family currently pursuing her education in acting from Juilliard School in New York City.
The Last of Us airs weekly on Sundays at 9 P.M on HBO. It is also streaming on Disney+

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Written by Pragya Sancheti

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