The Last Of Us Star also addressed the queer romance in the show’s upcoming second season


Whew, what a week of LGBTQIA highlights it’s been. XO, Kitty has been renewed, we’ve got more Kristen Stewart content coming our way and Miriam Margolyes posed nude on the cover of British Vogue.

But before we dive into all that, we have to talk about The Last Of Us’ Bella Ramsey’s recent interview with British Vogue. In the interview the actor opened up about what it was like coming out as non-binary. “Although I was confident on set, I was very shy everywhere else. I’ve fought that word for so long,” they said. “I didn’t want people to think I was just trying to be trendy. But it’s a very succinct way to describe to people who I am.”

When asked if they are excited for Ellie to have an onscreen girlfriend, Bella responded with: “Yeah, 100 per cent, I can’t wait for that storyline. The fact that the LGBTQ+ community – my community – is supporting me and uplifting me and making me feel cool is such a privilege. I feel very protected, and I couldn’t be more grateful.”


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The star of the Game Of Thrones prequel was also featured in British Vogue’s Pride issue. They had a lot to say about the future of trans rights.

It’s official we’re getting more XO, Kitty

Netflix’s hit show has escaped the sapphic cancellation curse. Join us in looking back at some of the best moments from season one.

KStew fans! Remain calm…

Kristen Stewart is writing with her comedy with her fiancée, Dylan Meyer. #PowerCouple.

We can’t get enough of Miriam Margolyes’ British Vogue cover debut

Miriam has always been a lesbian icon, and now even more so. The cheeky celeb posed nude for the magazine’s Pride issue, at 82 years old.


Here’s how some of our favourite celebs have been celebrating Pride month (so far).

Pssst… don’t miss out on our July issue

Our upcoming issue is now available to pre-order and it’s JAM-PACKED with LGBTQIA goodness.


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