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Pedro Pascal shows support for trans sister Lux with latest photos

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Pedro Pascal has frequently been vocal about his support for the LGBTQIA+ community and its rights, with his latest social media post showcasing his allegiance.The actor shared a series of pictures of pride flags that featured the rainbow motif and also proudly bore the trans colors, something he has frequently done in the past.The trans flags were particularly meaningful, as it also showed Pedro's continuing support and love for his younger sister Lux Pascal, who came out as transgender in February 2021 and reposted the images on her Instagram Stories.A post shared by Pedro Pascal he/him (@pascalispunk)Pedro voiced his support for the LGBTQIA+ community with his latest photos"The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind. #LGBTQIA," he captioned his post, using lyrics from the 1963 Bob Dylan song "Blowin' in the Wind."RELATED: Jordan Gray shares supportive messages from transgender youth ahead of return to stage – exclusiveTRENDING NOW: Gwen Stefani shares 'incredible' news as fans rush to congratulate herThe post also comes amid a tumultuous time for the community as bans on trans healthcare and drag shows are instituted in Tennesse.He immediately received a barrage of supportive comments and emojis from the likes of Gal Gadot, Sophie Turner, Xavier Dolan, and Rachel Zegler, among others.His The Last of Us co-star, Bella Ramsey, also dropped a slew of rainbow and trans flags, leaving a comment that simply read: "Love love love," you can check out a video teasing their appearance together below.

WATCH: The Last of Us official trailerA transgender activist and actress herself, who attended the Juilliard School, Lux announced that she was a transgender woman in 2021 on the cover of Ya Magazine after initially having come.

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