As the universe accepted our show, more people began to accept me.
I like bringing smiles to people's faces.
I consider myself gay because at the end of the night, that's who I want to cuddle with. But when I go out, I go to straight clubs.
I've done the gay, over-the-top guy. I want to jump into another show where I wear pants for the majority of the time.
My mother thought me being gay was a death sentence.
Not everyone is nice and good to work with or grateful for the experience.
My mom doesn't get the whole gay thing, but she loves me.
When Queer Eye hit, the church told my mom they were praying for me. She said, God loves him too. And I support him 100 percent.
I've been looking forward to doing an album, but it's really sad to see how many doors have been closed because of the gay thing. I thought it was about the music.
Just because you are out doesn't make you the poster boy for the gay community.
I was raised thinking I'd burn in hell for being gay, but I didn't have a choice. It's just who I am.
I'm more of a culture hummingbird.
I had said to some pastor that I was having thoughts, and the church turned on me. They went to my mom and said, So sorry about your son.
At the beginning of each year, we have conceptual meetings. How are we going to challenge ourselves this year? So we suggested a transsexual or transgender. And to be honest, I am shocked they let us do it.
The number of Latino roles is very limited, and it's unfortunate there isn't more color-blind casting.