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Tarzan's Josh Strickland Opens Up About His Sexuality


In an interview with The Advocate, Tarzan star Josh Strickland opens up about the role, working for Disney, and discusses (for the first time) his sexuality. Here's a sampling:

During Tarzan there was a lot of speculation about your sexuality on various blogs and Broadway chat rooms. Were you aware of that?
I did know that was going on, but I tried not to look at blogs because some of it was so nasty. It’s fine that people were talking about it, but I was never asked, like, “Are you gay? How does it feel being gay and playing a character like Tarzan?” It never came up. Now I’m happy to be open and out about it. If people are going to speculate anyway, why not wash all that speculation away? I am who I am.

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Serioulsy! People who walk out of the closet and tell it to the world, is one of the bravest people walking on earth!

Does it really matter? He's still incredibly talented, extremely hot,and I'm sure very kind, and whoever has his heart, man or woman, is a very lucky person :)

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