Sister Wives’ Gwendlyn Brown opens up about bisexuality as she celebrates milestone with girlfriend

Two images of Gwendlyn Brown from Sister Wives and her girlfriend Beatriz Queiroz. (Instagram_Gwendlyn Brown)

TLC’s Sister Wives star Gwendlyn Brown has opened up about being bisexual in the latest episode of the hit reality series. 

Gwendlyn, who rose to fame in polygamy-based reality show, first came out in 2020 by quietly adding “raging bisexual” to her Twitter bio.

She opened up about her sexuality on Sister Wives, saying: “I’m bisexual.

“I’m not only attracted to women. I’m also attracted to men and people that fall into other gender spectrums.”

Her mum Christine also spoke about how she first realised her daughter was not straight, after her former sister-wife’s child, Leon, came out as gay (the show follows Gwendlyn’s father, his four wives, and their family).

I thought immediately, ‘Oh, so is Gwendlyn,'” Christine said. “I knew immediately. We’ve had just great conversations about it.” 
Since then Gwendlyn has entered a long-term relationship with Beatrice Queiroz and moved in with her.


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In June this year, Leon came out as transgender and changed their pronouns to they/them.

“I’m finally ready to share my favourite self with the world, and that self is incredibly genderqueer, trans and unapologetic,” they wrote in an Instagram post.

Christine even talked about how Gwendlyn teased her about her own sexuality, adding: “She teases me about having celebrity crushes on women that I’m also partially gay.

“I’m not, but she loves teasing about it. My female celebrity crushes are Blake Lively, Kelly Clarkson, Emily Blunt. 

“They’re just beautiful. I can’t help but admire them. But it would only go that far. I’m definitely heterosexual.”
Sister Wives airs on TLC every Sunday at 10pm.

The show focuses on a polygamist family in the United States, comprising of father Kody Brown, his four wives (Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn) and their 18 children.