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How did that hate crime affect you, as a gay man, personally?
The tragedy itself was awful and horrible, but it’s a bigger picture, too.
And it was still hard because, publicly, I never admitted it and I was always afraid that my career and the ‘N Sync guys would hate me if anyone found out. But I had several boyfriends — some amazing relationships, some terrible — so I’ve been through it all.
They dig their heels in and that’s just terrible to me.
Casting a first season is always hard because no one knows what the show is. I think Logo had a lot to live up to with this first season, and they didn’t want to exclude anyone.
You can’t describe the feeling when you step out onto that sidewalk. With ‘N Sync, we spoke out a lot about what we truly believe in. He was a terrible businessman and obviously very shady to us and had no love for us, but I forgave him a long time ago.For one, you never know if one or more of the suitors might fall in love with each other in the house.That’s very valid and something we wouldn’t interfere with. It’s not really a game of who can get down on one knee, it’s just trying to find the perfect match for you and start that exclusive relationship and build into that marriage. I was very lucky to be so busy with ‘N Sync that I always had an excuse not to have to date.But I love the diversity that they chose; that’s something I was hoping would be there before I even signed on.I’m very happy they have all flavors of rainbow in this house [If the show gets renewed, could it be open to gay women and other queer identities outside of gay men? I doubt they would let me host that one — they’d probably get some wonderful lesbian — but I hope this spins off.