Stephanie Beatriz, who we all know stars as Rosa Diaz in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has penned an essay for GQ about her bisexuality, writing that her impending nuptials – with a man, Brad Hoss – do
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Stephanie Beatriz has penned a moving essay about her bisexuality for GQ magazine.
Stephanie Beatriz, famous for her role as Rosa Diaz on the recently cancelled and then saved Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has wrote a powerful and moving letter about being proud of her bisexuality.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Stephanie Beatriz pens powerful essay about bisexuality Celebrity June 21, 2018 Beatriz wrote an essay for GQ about why being engaged to a man doesn’t make her any less bisexual.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Stephanie Beatriz has opened up about her bisexuality in a powerful essay for GQ. The actor explained why being engaged to a man did not invalidate her bisexuality .
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Star Stephanie Beatriz Is Proud To Be Bisexual She penned a moving essay ahead of her wedding to a man by Taylor Bryant · June 22, 2018
Stephanie Beatriz, the actress who played Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s iron-fisted detective Rosa Diaz, penned an essay for GQ on Wednesday about her bisexuality — and how it remains emphatically
Stephanie Beatriz has penned a moving essay for GQ, and wants you to know that she is bi until the day she dies, baby.
The acclaimed star, who appears in Brooklyn Nine-Nine as Rosa Diaz, re-asserted her attraction to both genders after receiving stern criticism for the decision to wed boyfriend, Brad Hoss.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star started the essay by explaining that just because her fiancé is a man, that doesn’t mean she isn’t still bisexual — she’ll be “bi till the day I die,” as she put it.