People have often asked me if I was Gay.
It's often the first question from
strangers before they actually
ask for my name.
I just posted about this on my IG Story
I'd hope that whether I was Gay or not
didn't add to or subtract from what some
of you may have identified with in the
storyline of Zane & Riley on Degrassi or
Xan on Verona.
And at the end of the day, if you support
equality in general, I don't believe
highlighting the boxes we need to put
people into is elevating that movement.
When you ask me and you don't know
me you are innately judging and not
Love is love and you don't need to
classify it, me, or strangers passing
through your timeline
I know where my interests lie,
I love to love, but I don't need
to prove that to any of you or answer
to a need for a fixed paradigm of it.
Talking about if someone is Gay like
it's some kind of hot gossip makes the
point of all of this seem frivolous to me
This is my favorite montage of #Ziley
by 'explodeyy' on YouTube.
And this is the point
to me. The story,
and what you identify within from it❤️
Whether you are Gay or not
I'm so grateful to have been a part of this
storyline, and feel really blessed to have
connected to many of you via this.
I am an actor though, and I am not Zane.
I will play characters
you like and dislike,
and they are people I am channeling.
But I put as much of my own truths into
my roles as I can, and it is a big
compliment when you identify with my
work. I can't wait to give you all more.
Thank you for all of your support over
the years. I really, really
All my l☀️ve