Nyasha Zimucha, the straight female starring in cabler Logo's The A-List: New York season 2, thinks gay marriage bans are “bullshit.”

The all-gay spinoff of Bravo's reality series The Real Housewives franchise follows “members of New York's gay elite plus their families, best friends, and pocket dogs (natch) as they navigate being fabulous in the city,” a Logo presser said.

Season one featured The Amazing Race winner actor-model Reichen Lehmkuhl, his Brazilian model boyfriend Rodiney Santiago, renowned celebrity photographer and RuPaul's Drag Race and America's Next Top Model staple Mike Ruiz, international model Austin Armacost, modeling agent Derek Lloyd Saathoff and salon owner Ryan Nickulas.

In season two, producers added Nyasha Zimucha, the CEO of Embrace Your Hair, a hair and wig accessories company. She is also a budding recording artist and a former beauty queen.

The South African beauty told The Huffington Post that she's over discrimination.

“I grew up where the blacks and whites were separated and that was a big part of my childhood, so I just don't understand why there's prejudice,” she said. “I just don't understand it.”

“I think suppressing a group because of their orientation is just bullshit. I am over it,” she added. “When [gay marriage] happened in New York and was legalized, I was like, 'Thank you! You're late!'”