Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Charlotte have found their fourth spouse. And Just Like That….

And the new character is bringing some much-needed diversity to the show. In an interview with OutActor is required for the Out100 Edition Sara Ramirez, who uses she/they pronouns, proudly discussed their trailblazing new role for the Sex and the CityReboot. Specifically, Ramirez will be portraying Che Diaz, the first nonbinary character in the franchise’s history. What else do you know about Che? Well, the new addition is a stand-up comedian and podcast host. We don’t know everything…

As the performer described in their interview, the new character is “smart and funny and dynamic.” They said, “And I’ve been told it’s sexy.” It IsThe Sex and the City revival after all.

Yet Ramirez, who now acts opposite original SATCStars Sarah Jessica Parker. Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, is not afraid to take on roles that promote equality. This performance will actually be in And Just Like That…This will not be their first appearance as an LGBTQ+ character.

Ramirez is most well-known for their role in ABC’s hit series, Callie Torres. Grey’s AnatomyThey were the first actor to portray a bisexual character on American TV.