Every once in a while, Jim Parsons takes to social media to share a post. Parsons sometimes focuses on his new projects, and other times he takes fans of Sheldon Cooper and The Big Bang Theory down memory lane with old photos and videos.
Parsons also uses his platform for serious matters — he often posts about important political and social issues such as racism that are affecting America and the rest of the world.
The famous star is vocal about being a proud Democrat who backed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the 2020 presidential election.
Eagle-eyed fans have noticed that Parsons keeps the comment section open for discussions on all of his posts except the political ones.
He recently reposted an article from The New York Times that declared Biden beat President Donald Trump in the race to the White House and turned off the comments.
The country is very divided at the moment, and most political exchanges turn into a war of words, explaining why Parsons made the move.
Via his social media page, Parsons also gives a glimpse into his private life with his husband, Todd Spiewak.
He recently posted this loving message about meeting his spouse 18 years ago.
He wrote: “Babies that were born the day I met Todd Spiewak turn 18 years old today; happy birthday to them, and happy 18th blind-date-set-up anniversary to Todd. Our intuitive friends, Tami and Oonie, put us together and, on November 15th, 2002, we played pool (huh?) at Slate on 21st street; we sang Karaoke (again, huh?) at Sing Sing on Avenue A, and then we went to Robbie’s birthday party at… some gay bar on the east side (that part makes sense to me). Todd walked me to the 1st Ave L train stop and, as we said goodbye, I knew we would be seeing each other again – which ended up being two nights later, when we went to see Michael Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine” at the Union Square AMC – because nothing says “let’s start a life-journey together” better than a divisive documentary (why couldn’t we just go see “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” like every other new couple in 2002?) That said, we both loved the movie and talked about it at Patsy’s Pizzeria (may the Union Sq location Rest In Peace) afterward. My life changed completely and completely for the better. Love wins! ❤️ .”
Parsons might have some big news to post about soon. He is getting Oscar buzz for his epic performance in the revival of The Boys in the Band.