Pedro Pascal and His Trans Sister Lux Pascal A Colorful Bond of Sibling Love and Support
At the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards Pedro Pascal accompanied by his Sister Lux graced the Rep Carpet with Color
At the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards Pedro Pascal accompanied by his Sister Lux graced the Rep Carpet with Color Matching outfits and style.The “Last of US” Star has spoken about how close he is with his younger sister who is a trans actress and a model.
He Commented due to his busy schedule he doesn’t get to spend time as much as he would like stating “I get anxious about when I’ll be back again,” he said he will be available in New York City Especially to attend to his sister’s performance in the Ayad Akhtar Play “The Who & The What.”
Pedro Pascal When asked about the challenges of the trans population, Pedro distanced himself to speak for his sister stating “I wouldn’t want to speak on her behalf,” he further said “But she is and has always been one of the most powerful people and personalities I’ve ever known. My protective side is lethal, but I need her more than she needs me.”
Lux Pascal is a host of the podcast “Love in Gravity.” She does love to engage in conversations but she values her privacy as well she issued a statement to the media stating “I want to be private about certain stuff,” she said. “I don’t want to have to answer all these questions about my identity. Sometimes I just want to chill and have a beignet.”
Lux expressed her gratitude for having a supportive family in an interview mentioning them as “the best part of my life.” She further said “It’s a huge privilege to have an older sibling like him, because, in a way, he makes me feel like I’ll never be alone… and certainly I wish I can give him that sense of security, too,” she said, going on to joke, “I guess that could be a little annoying! We never leave each other alone!”
Pedro is known to be supportive of the trans community, He developed a good friendship with his nonbinary Last of Us co-lead Bella Ramsey. Who shared that they often have discussions about gender and sexuality on the show’s set.