The thing was, Bass felt like he was harboring a secret. He feared professional repercussions in a music industry that was years away from LGBTQ acceptance as its default. But when I was home, I felt really horrible about myself. So yeah, it was sad. You know, queer people have been writing your favorite songs forever; the talent has always been there. To be able to recognize it publicly and find community in it is so amazing.
Take it from Lance Bass: Don’t worry what others think of you | GMA
The onetime N Sync heartthrob says he's "more liberated and happy" than he's ever been. Now, after years of keeping his personal life private, the Mississippi-bred, Southern Baptist-reared Bass, 27, is publicly revealing what he first shared with his friends, then his shocked family. Having pursued acting, producing and — most memorably — space flight after N Sync went on hiatus in , Bass now is looking ahead to new beginnings. Mostly, though, he s just enjoying the relief that comes with the culmination of a long, at times emotionally fraught journey.
Lance Bass On Being A Closeted Gay Teen In One Of The World’s Biggest Boy Bands
When it comes to opening up about his firsts, Lance Bass has no strings attached. During the game, Andy Cohen asked the former boy band member about the first time he joined the "mile high club. Bass also revealed he shared this first-time experience with a woman. We did what we had to do to survive.
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