Kenny O’Neal is a neurotic, anxious 16-year-old devout Catholic living in the Midwest who has one gay friend and has never met someone bisexual; in addition, he’s someone who has a mother who has constantly sent him a negative message about sex itself and the spectrum of sexuality, so to expect him to have a fully formed, wholly enlightened viewpoint about every aspect of the LGBTQ community feels a little unrealistic.
I will miss Callie tremendously, but am excited for what the future holds for Sara.
Callie Torres came into our lives dancing it out in her underwear almost a decade ago, and I could not be happier or more proud of her journey," the prolific TV producer said.
"Sara Ramirez's performance inspired me as well as millions of fans each week.
Some of it is funny and some of it is very real—watching someone try to keep up at work and the friction that causes.
I also think what's happening with the Chief is really interesting.
Speaking of ABC, The New York Times goes in-depth with “When We Rise,” the network’s upcoming LGBTQ history mini-series.