The Mexican-American actress Sara Ramirez is a name that is well known in the entertainment industry; there is no doubt in that. To add more blaze to her statement, Sara officially confirmed it on her Twitter. ThankYou for being you! The fan followers and well-wishers saluted her for the courage she undertook while openly confirming about her sexuality in the mass. We need you. SaraRamirez thank YOU for being a part of accepting myself and coming out.
With A Loving Husband Sara Ramirez Came Out With Her Sexuality, A Lesbian?
By Chloe Castleberry For Dailymail. But in Coming out Stories, a new video series from People , Sara Ramirez, 42, admitted that as a queer and bisexual woman, she didn't know if she was ready to come out publicly. She said: 'I have been coming out to my friends and family since I was 18 years old. When my career shifted from theater to television, I felt ready to portray a bisexual person's journey that I had never seen on television before.
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Sara Ramirez Comes Out as Bisexual
Ramirez has started to become more deliberate in the asserting her queerness in the roles she has taken on. Ramirez began her career on Broadway after earning a degree from the acclaimed Juilliard School. The Kat Sandoval role Ramirez recently took on is the total opposite of Dr.
This month marks the fifth annual Bisexual Health Awareness Month. In its fifth year, this campaign is more important than ever. While the LGBTQ community in general faces such terrible hurdles in many contexts, bisexuals already the largest group within the LGBT community struggle with health problems at even greater rates than lesbians and gay men. The Movement Advancement Project MAP report Invisible Majority: The Disparities Facing Bisexual People and How to Remedy Them details the same disparities, while also documenting that, even as compared to lesbians and gay men, bisexuals face disproportionately higher rates of eating disorders, suicidal ideation, cardiovascular disease, substance use, and some forms of cancers and sexually transmitted infections. While suffering disproportionately high rates of physical and mental health problems, bisexuals conversely are able to obtain health care at disproportionately low rates.