Sara Ramirez has quietly updated their pronouns.
The nonbinary actor/activist and one of this year's Out100 honorees/cover stars, who is set to star in HBO Max's highly-anticipated Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That, had previously listed she/they pronouns on their Instagram and Twitter accounts. But when you visit those pages now, you'll notice the pronouns now listed on the Grey's Anatomy alum's bio are now they/them.
While we don't know exactly when the update on their social media happened, we do know that as recently as this week's virtual celebration of the annual Out100 list, Ramirez was using they/them pronouns exclusively when introducing and referring to themselves.
"Hi, my name is Sara Ramirez, my pronouns are they/them/theirs, and I am an Out100 honoree for the entertainment category!" the activist and actor said, introducing themselves to the audience.
Ramirez, 46, previously came out as nonbinary in a heartfelt Instagram post last summer.
They had previously come out publicly as bisexual at a True Colors summit in 2016 after years of playing the iconic bisexual character Callie Torres on ABC's popular, long-running, and queer-inclusive medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
"Prior to Callie Torres, I’d never seen myself represented on television," told Out earlier this month during their Out100 interview, commenting about the impact a character like Torres has had not just for fans, but also for themselves.
After a stint on CBS' Madam Secretary playing bisexual policy advisor Kat Sandoval, Ramirez is now set to join the Sex and the City universe, taking on the role of And Just Like That's Che Diaz, a queer, nonbinary, podcaster, and standup comedian who, like Ramirez, uses the pronouns they/them pronouns.