The Last of Us star Bella Ramsey, 19, was nominated for Best Actress at this year’s Emmy Awards. It causes more people to interact, as Ramsay identifies as non-binary.
Ramsay stars in the critically acclaimed series ‘The Last of Us’ alongside Pedro Pascal. Millions of people around the world have witnessed the success of HBO Max.
The performance rewarded the 19-year-old with her first Emmy Award nomination in the “Best Actress in a Drama Series” category, along with Sharon Horgan, Melanie Lynskey, Elisabeth Moss, Keri Russell, and Sarah Snook.
The problem is only that Ramsay knows him non-binarynon-binaryNon-binary is an umbrella term for people who do not identify within the binary gender paradigm with the binary genders of male and female.. The 19-year-old was mentioned in an interview with the Brits Vogue magazine They prefer the pronouns “they/they”.
The fact that the Emmy jury placed Ramsay in a gender-segregated category caused several activists to react. Many are disappointed.
“I feel so sorry for them,” someone wrote about the nomination on Twitter, “because somehow they can’t get an award for hard work without misrepresenting themselves.”
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Ramsay came out as non-binary in January of this year, long before the award nomination was announced.
The 19-year-old recently stated in an interview with Vanity Fair that they Calls for gender neutral classes at award ceremonies.
“The categories right now feel very congenial with the language around them,” Ramsay said, going on to reveal that they themselves ended up being nominated for Best Actress despite not specifying their gender.
“I don’t want the restrictions around the language of the categories to be a reason not to celebrate non-binary actors like myself,” Ramsey added in the interview with the well-known magazine.
In a recent interview with British Vogue Ramsey confirmed that they feel more comfortable using their own pronouns, despite previously admitting that they “couldn’t care less” about which pronouns to use.
– When “The Last of Us” first came out, I thought: “Everyone calls me female because I sound like female to you, so that’s okay.” but now I am able to pronounce them more, to be called by them is the thing which is most true to me. That’s what I’m most about,” said Ramsey.
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