My question was genuine; any snark was unintentional. I don’t understand why it should be necessary for anyone to know the sexual orientation of any public figure or anyone in a professional setting unless said figure or professional announces it and feels, for whatever reason, the public has a right to know or needs to know this information about them. Obviously, by announcing her engagement, Beanie revealed her sexual orientation. Good for her. Prior to this, it wasn’t common knowledge, and there was no reason it should have been, in my opinion. That was my point.