Sara Ramirez Calls Out ‘The Cut’ Over Their Anti-Che Diaz Article Published In June

Sara Ramirez is not impressed by The Cut‘s article about their And Just Like That character, Che Diaz.

The actor, who stars as the on-binary bisexual stand-up comedian and Miranda’s partner, has called out The Cut over a recent profile on the character. The article in question was written in a very “anti-Che” narrative.

While published back in June, Sara is just now responding to the narrative and they missed no beats.

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Taking to their Instagram, Sara shared some of the images from the article, which they are proud of. What they were not impressed by though, was the stance and narrative taken in the article.

“Been thinking long and hard about how to respond to The Hack Job’s article, ‘written’ by a white gen z non-binary person who asked me serious questions but expected a comedic response I guess (?),” Sara started.

They continued, “Here’s the good news: I have a twisted sense of humor and a voice. And I am not afraid to use either. I trust that those of you who matter, who are not petulant children, who are smart enough to catch on to what was actually going on there, can perceive it for what it is: an attempt to mock my thoughtfulness and softness, while dismissing a valid existence and real human being in favor of tv show critiques that belonged elsewhere.”

“I am not the fictional characters I have played, nor am I responsible for the things that are written for them to say,” Sara added. “I am a human being, an artist, an actor. And we are living in a world that has become increasingly hostile toward anyone who dares to free themselves from the gender binary, or disrupt the mainstream.”

Sara then shared some reminders about who they actually were and more:

“Here are some friendly reminders: 1. I can love women (and I do), while not identifying as one. 2. Feminists come in all genders. 3. When a cis man is in charge and has ultimate control of dialogue actors say, and you have a valid problem with it, perhaps you should be interviewing him. And finally: 4. Further proof that this ‘writer’ knows little more about me than a Google search provides, I would have happily smoked that joint with them..”

Sara concluded with a note to the team behind the photo shoot.

“Thank you to the talented, professional and thoughtful artists listed below, who made this photo shoot an absolute dream. Thank you for bringing your professionalism, humor, brilliance, intentionality, maturity and cool af-ness to this beautiful installation. ♥.”

And Just Like That was just renewed for a third season.

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