- Sue Ramirez reacted to netizens’ asking her whether she was a lesbian or not.
- She pointed out that her hairstyle shouldn’t be the basis of her sexual orientation.
- She also just hated how people would assume someone’s sexuality.
Sue Ramirez recently showed off her new haircut. She also reacted to netizens’ asking her whether she was a lesbian or not. Then, she pointed out that her hairstyle shouldn’t be the basis of her sexual orientation.
Although she didn’t confirm or deny whether she is a lesbian or not, she slammed said netizens’ on assuming over meaningless things.
In a series of tweets, Sue also noted how stupid it is that cutting her hair became a sign of her sexual orientation.
“”why did you cut your hair? Are you a lesbian?” such a stupid question. Is that how we base sexual orientation now? Hairstyle? Really?”
A netizen also noted what others usually say to girls who cut her hair.
“either that or “heartbroken ka ba?” DAMN! Hindi ba pwedeng naaalibadbaran na lang sa mahabang buhok?”
Then, Sue quoted the tweet and pointed out that she just wanted to cut her hair.
“CAN’T I JUST FCKN CUT MY HAIR? “
Sue also added that many already doubted and started questioning her sexual orientation. She also pointed out that there isn’t anything wrong if someone has a different sexual orientation from others.
“Nagdududa na daw sila. Wow. Duda talaga? Ano to? Krimen? Kasalanan? E kung totoo nga? Ano naman? Masama ba?”
A netizen also replied and shared that her friend asked her the same thing.
“My friend actually asked me the same thing…. I just answered her, “grabe, judger ka.” Btw, lesbian sya. Same haircut wt u, and maybe thats why she asked. Hay nako pipol sa eArth”
Then, Sue quoted the tweet and questioned why would people assume her sexual orientation through her haircut.
“So dun lang ba nya napatunayan ang sexualidad nya? Nung nagpagupit siya?”
Sue also ended her frustration, stating that she was not offended on being mistaken for a lesbian. She just hated how people would assume someone’s sexuality.
“I am not offended to be called or asked if I am lesbian. There’s nothing wrong with being so. I just hate how people judge sexuality so easily nowadays. Stop assuming over meaningless sht.”