So the first news that I heard, rather seen on Facebook, is something close to my heart. A move this big from a sports celebrity is something commendable – bold, brave, and well yeah – controversial. I was really shocked, and I wanna hug him (not because he’s hot) and make him feel he is loved in every corner of the world because of what he just did. (Okay maybe yes also because he’s hot! I am weak!) But he really deserves a hug — look at that awkwardness and vulnerability that he is under while coming out. This is an evidence that around the world a lot of people are experiencing this kind of discomfort and not all of them are brave.
What matters is you’re happy. If you’re straight now, and you feel like you like a guy – feel free. If you’re gay then maybe you feel like going back to being straight – feel free. I agree with my homie (oh Josh Hutcherson, oh you) when he said in an interview with Out Magazine that if you considered yourself 100% anything, that’d be narrow-minded. And stupid imho.
Photo from Out Magazine
And to that, I also give Joshie a virtual hug. You’re the best, man. From advocating gay rights, and now to being actually open to it.
Photo from Queerty
And maybe this picture will be in your Christmas Gift Ideas… well for yourself, haha!
He works in digital advertising but this blog is not about his job. Jonver overshares about his travels, boy dreams, and existentiality on his little space in the world wide web. He finds drunk tweeting amusing - all the more because he's funnier that way.
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