"I want to be labeled a human who loves humans." Raven-Symone says she's a lesbian, grateful for legalized gay marriage The former Disney star's sexuality has been in headlines since she tweeted in August 2013 that she was happy for the legalization of gay marriage, as it meant that she could "finally get married! " But that wasn't exactly a statement on her love life, Raven-Symone told Winfrey. star revealed she likes girls a few years ago.) When asked about marriage, she says, "I'll get there one day." That's cool!Even though they've been dating for a couple of years, there's no rush to get hitched.RAVEN SYMONE APOLOGIZES FOR CONTROVERSIAL 'VIEW' COMMENTS Raven-Symoné also seemingly addressed her sexuality in a tweet a few weeks after the Supreme Court held that the Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional. (CNN) -- Actress Raven-Symone knows exactly who she is, and that person can't be defined with the usual labels. A year after the end of That's So Raven, she released her fourth studio album, Raven-Symoné (2008).The album peaked at number 159 on the Billboard 200.
Actress Raven-Symoné has split with her girlfriend Az Marie Livingston after revealing she could no longer look past her “ghetto-sounding” name. “I felt like I was being a bit hypocritical,” Raven said of dating Az Marie, while admitting she has issues with ghetto-sounding names. ” specials, adding, “I am proud to be who I am and what I am. Raven-Symoné made the comments after the show played video of a popular You Tube video making fun of fictional and outlandish African-American names.
Raven-Symoné appeared in several successful television series, such as The Cosby Show and Hangin' with Mr. From 2003 to 2007, she starred in the Disney Channel series, That's So Raven in which she played Raven Baxter, a psychic teenager who tried her best to keep her psychic powers a secret.
During her time on That's So Raven, Raven-Symoné released her third studio album, This is My Time (2004) which was her best selling solo album to date, charting at number 51 on the Billboard 200.
" in 2014, she said she preferred not to be labeled with any one sexual preference. "My partner is in a show that people are going ape crazy for," she recently told People magazine.
"I don’t need language; I don't need a categorizing statement for it,” she said. I want to be labeled a human who loves humans.” "I'm in an amazing, happy relationship with my partner, a woman," she added.