I had questioned my feelings from a young age, but hadn’t told anyone until college.
There is a special blend of fear that comes along with a bisexual identity, a sense of otherness that makes you feel initially displaced in both gay and straight communities.
You would think that since bisexual people make up the majority of the LGBTQ community I would not have to venture to the dark recesses of the internet in order to find a realistic representation of bisexuality.
Being who you are can be exhausting, but you still can’t imagine being anyone else.
She’s a former ballerina who believes that every woman should carry an axe—perhaps best used to chop at any preconceived notions you may have about her.
Rosa is played by Stephanie Beatriz, who came out publicly as bisexual via Twitter in 2016 and worked with the writers of In episode “99” of Season 5, fellow detective Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) wants to play matchmaker for Rosa, only to find out that she’s already seeing someone.
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5, Episode 10, “Game Night” follow.] The Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” for reasons made obvious by its title, chose to celebrate its 99th episode last week, putting the spotlight on each character during a crazy road trip from Los Angeles to New York.
But it also included a big reveal that became a central part of the show’s 100th episode, “Game Night” — Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz), the show’s resident badass, coming out as bisexual.