Diane Guerrero is undoubtedly a proud Latina, but there are more layers to her identity, including how her sexuality is still yet to be explored.
In a recent interview with Insider, the New Jersey-born Colombian, best known for her role as Maritza Ramos in Orange is the New Black, revealed that she is pondering retouching her wrist tattoo, reading “IPOC,” for Indigenous people of color.According to the 36-year-old star, she wants it to read QTPOC instead. “I support trans lives, and I am exploring my sexual identity,” she revealed, “so maybe I’ll add the QT.”Guerrero doesn’t identify as straight, and she hopes to continue exploring characters that fit how she feels.
During the interview, Diane revealed that she and her partner, Bryan Crawford, have been going to therapy to discuss ethical non-monogamy and polyamory relationships.
The actress said she would like to live on a big farm and raise kids with multiple “babies daddies” who identify as they wish.Oscars 2022: Latinos shining at the 94th Academy Awards red carpetCarolina Gaitán: The multi-hyphenate Colombian superstar shows the world the magic of ‘Encanto’‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’ is the No.