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“Queer Eye’s” breakout star Jonathan Van Ness, is baring all in his upcoming memoir, “Over the Top”, including a talk about living with HIV / aids.
The Netflix show will provide an expert it was discovered that he is a member of the beautiful and HIV-positive community, in the hope of breaking away from the stigma of the virus.
In an interview with The New York Times, the 32-year-old admitted that he was afraid to come out at the height of its popularity.
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“As a ‘Queer Eye’ came out, it was really, really hard, because I was like, ‘I want to talk about my current status?,'” “he told me. “And I was like,” The Trumpet of the administration have done all they can do is to take the stigma of the L. G. B. T. community to thrive, in order for me to go.”
“I feel the need to talk about this,” JVN is added.
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The “Getting Curious” podcast, the host, to be remembered for how he turned out to be in the 25-year-old, after passing out while working in a salon. He went to an abortion clinic with a “flu-like” symptoms the next day and was diagnosed.
“That is as devastating as you might think, that it was going to be,” he said.
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Van Ness said this is the first time that he is speaking publicly about his status and the fact that it was hard to be so open-minded about it, but in the end he feels because of his condition, he is able to connect with and comfort other people.
“These are issues that need to be talked about,” he said. “These are all tough topics to talk about to a make over show hair and make-up.”
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Van Ness added, “well, that doesn’t mean That “Queer Eye” is less and less valid, but I just want people to know that you are never too broken to be fixed.”