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Yellowjackets star Melanie Lynskey: ‘The homosexual agenda should be pushed at all times’

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Melanie Lynskey is “honoured” over her status as a queer icon. Throughout her illustrious career, the New Zealand actress has starred in several films and television productions adored by the LGBTQ+ community, from But I’m a Cheerleader to The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Yellowjackets.

More recently, Lynskey had a two-episode arc in HBO’s post-apocalyptic drama The Last of Us, which broke various records for the network and received acclaim for Bella Ramsey’s queer leading character and episode three’s gay love story between Murray Bartlett and Nick Offerman.

While Lynskey doesn’t identify as queer – and her character in The Last of Us seemingly doesn’t either – she was bizarrely accused of “more homosexual agenda pushing” by one irate, anti-LGBTQ+ viewer.

Her response, in which she confirmed that she is, in fact, backing the aforementioned “agenda”, immediately went viral. Speaking with GAY TIMES, Lyskey doubled down on the comments in her tweet, saying it’s her “honour” to advocate for LGBTQ+ causes and representation in mainstream media.

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