Cynthia Bailey Shares One Of Her Proudest “RHOA” Moments: Noelle Coming Out!
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey spoke with talk show host Justin Sylvester about her daughter, Noelle Robinson, coming out as sexually fluid, and being apart of the LGBTQ community. She stated that to date, having her child come out as gender fluid, is one of her proudest moments on the show.
“Noelle came out last year… and honestly, out of all the things I’ve shown on RHOA, that was probably one of my proudest moments,” Bailey said.
“I know for a fact that parents that watch that episode felt very comfortable having those conversations with their kids, that are fluid or gay.”
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Last year (Nov 10), Noelle Robinson, came out as gender fluid during an episode of “RHOA”, while riding in the car with her mother, Cynthia Bailey. In that scene, Cynthia Bailey mentioned to Noelle Robinson that she had seen a few cute guys at her school, during their car ride to the HBCU.
“I definitely ended up meeting a couple of girls that I thought were cool, like in a romantic aspect.”
Bailey then asked Noelle if she was attracted to girls. To that, Robinson responded:
“People try to box everybody in, and put labels on everything. But I don’t do that.”
Then, Bailey said:
“You just like what you like.”
“Yeah, and that’s just what it is. There’s a lot of attractive guys and there’s a lot of attractive girls.”
Since coming out, Bailey has been more than supportive of her Robinson’s decision to be sexually fluid. The two celebrated pride month together, last year (2019), in New York.
She has also publicly displayed her affection for Alexis Powell by sending her a birthday shoutout on her Instagram page.
“Screaming happy birthday weekend to my girlfriend (Alexis Powell). I hope your day was as special as you make all of mine,” Robinson captioned.
As a fan of the show, what’s your proudest/favorite moment to have watched on “RHOA”? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.