- Pedro Pascal, star of The Mandalorian, is proud to support his transgender sister Lux Pascal.
- Lux graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile’s theater conservatory with a BFA in acting.
- Marking the International Day of Trans Visibility in March 2021, Pedro delivered a reflection on his social networks, speaking about his personal experience.
- Before his sister came out publicly, the Game of Thrones actor was a vocal advocate for transgender rights, including his pronouns in his social media bios.
Pedro Pascal, star of The Mandalorian, is proud to support his transgender sister Lux Pascal. On February 10, 2021, his sister came out of the closet while appearing in an issue of Ya, a Spanish language magazine.
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Lux Pascal opened up being a Transgender
Lux looks stunning in the photos, and her interview offers a personal look into her transition.
The actress, best known for her roles in Los 80 and La Jaura, opened up about her transformation and what has happened in the last year since publicly living her truth.
She revealed that she is a transgender woman in an interview with the Chilean magazine Ya.
“My transition has been very natural for everyone in my family,” Lux explained at the time.
“It’s almost something they expected to happen,” she added.
Her brother Pedro, who shared a copy of the Ya cover feature on Instagram, was right to introduce his sister to the world.
“mi Hermana, mi corazón, nuestra Lux,” he wrote in the caption, translating to “my sister, my heart, our Lux.”
What did Pedro Pascal have to say about his sister’s transition?
Pedro has always been an advocate for transgender rights.
Before his sister came out publicly, the Game of Thrones actor was a vocal advocate for transgender rights, including his pronouns in his social media bios.
Lux backed this up by saying that her older brother Pedro had been a huge source of support for her both privately and publicly throughout her transition.
The actor also replied “forever and always” on Twitter to a fan who asked if he supported transgender rights.
Pedro, according to Lux, has “been an important part” of her transition. “He’s also an artist and has mentored me,” Lux explained.
“He was among the first to provide me with the tools that helped shape my identity.”
Lux and Pedro Pascal show support for trans visibility
Marking the International Day of Trans Visibility in March 2021, Pedro delivered a reflection on his social networks, speaking about his personal experience.
The answer is yes. Nobody is excluded by nature. “#TransVisibility,” the Hollywood actress tweeted.
His sister, Lux, on the other hand, stated, “For a while, I thought of myself as ‘above gender.'” That I could somehow push myself away and overcome my needs to become the gender that I am.”
“I realized that wanting to be ‘above’ something meant I had a bit of a superiority complex.
The fact is that I was neglecting myself and I needed some humility,” she added.
The term “electronic commerce” refers to the sale of electronic goods. Now, I want to accept what makes me vulnerable and feel more compassion for who I was,” she concluded.