There is one crucial lesson that we learned from the recent controversy involving Sue Ramirez and a bunch of narrow-minded social media users. Folks, never ever, for all eternity, intertwine someone’s gender preferences with their hairdo.
Recently, the 21-year-old actress has had enough of the mindless assumptions from netizens who claim that she might be a lesbian due to her new pixie cut. Seriously, people? Are we back in the ‘90s?
On Twitter, Sue Ramirez published a thread expressing her deep dismay over this baseless remark.
“Why did you cut your hair? Are you a lesbian?” such a [redacted] question. Is that how we base [redacted] orientation now? Hairstyle? Really?”
She went on:
“Nagdududa na daw sila. Wow. Duda talaga? Ano to? Krimen? Kasalanan? E kung totoo nga? Ano naman? Masama ba?”
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For the record, Sue clarified that she didn’t find being called a lesbian offensive. What she thought was faulty, however, was that people tend to jump to conclusions.
“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 [redacted] so easily nowadays. Stop assuming over meaningless sht.”
It was around the first week of this month when Sue Ramirez unveiled her pixie cut. We bet most of you were taken aback by the actress’ new ‘do. It was styled by celebrity stylist Jing Monis, who also published a time-lapse clip of Sue while she was having her hair cut.
Amid the baseless speculation, Sue’s loyal fans still showered the actress with all-out support. Also, many people commended her grit given that such a hairstyle must have required plenty of contemplation.
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Looking back, Sue has already tried out various hairstyles throughout the course of her career in show business. And we can never deny that each and every tress that she had ever flaunted – long, wavy, straight, hidden shade, bob – suited her very well.