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“The End of Us” Bella Ramsey Responds to Compliments and Isn’t Afraid of Criticism About Lgbt Characters!

Bella Ramsey is not frightened. The 19-year-old is currently bathing in choruses of praise as the popular TV series The Last of Us announced its second season renewal after first receiving a lot of social media hating following her initial casting as Ellie in HBO’s The Last of Us.

The actress is eager to learn more about Ellie and other LGBT characters in season two, especially a woman named Dina who Ellie is dating in the video game The Last of Us: Part II. There are definitely a few scenes where Ellie is by herself, but I like that she also has [Dina] now, stated Ramsey in a GQ Magazine interview.

The first season was, in fact, the happiest year of my life. The new episodes bring back such wonderful memories. I am, of course, anxious. I’m ecstatic to have the opportunity to do that again, though.

In episode three of The Last of Us’ first season, a gay couple was featured. The third episode, titled Long, Long Time, focused on Bill (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett), two survivors who, in the middle of the zombie apocalypse, found love and a place to call home in one another.

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Ramsey was among those who cried while watching Long, Long Time, but there were also irate keyboard warriors who review-bombed the program due to its LGBT themes. Ramsey, who also identifies as non-binary, is no longer concerned about the backlash in light of everything she has gone through.

I don’t feel too worried about it, Ramsey added. I am aware that people will think anything they want to. But they’ll have to adjust to it. You’re missing out if you decide not to watch the show because it features gay storylines or a transgender character. Added she, I won’t be terrified by it. That, in my opinion, is an act of disobedience.

There are few details about The Last of Us season two, but if it’s anything like the first season, it will probably follow The Last of Part II’s plot and hopefully do the characters the players have encountered, whether they be queer or not, justice. HBO is currently streaming The Last of Us.

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