There's nothing like the first kiss once you've been pronounced husband and wife. It's such a wonderful moment!
Eating well is a lifelong priority.
Theater feeds my heart and soul.
Conflict happens. People aren't happy all of the time.
I love challenging the status quo.
Adoption is a global issue these days - it's certainly current - and it's encouraging for a lot of couples whether they're straight or gay.
I'm not going to lie: I still have days when I walk by the mirror on my way to the shower and think, 'Oh God, I didn't just see that!'
I've never been very cookie cutter. If I choose something different from the status quo, it's my responsibility and my choice to live my life that way.
I'm always going to support the LGBT community and equal rights for the LGBT community.
There is a large group that's not represented on television - the group that falls somewhere in the middle of straight and gay. That group is looked down on, because people say, 'You can't be in-between. You have to pick one or the other.'
I'm very proud of my heritage.
I know my boyfriend loves to have something to hold onto. There's a lot of men out there who do.
I love how Jamie Oliver makes seasonal, local foods in a rustic way, without a lot of fuss.
The weird thing about working in television is that you only see the people that you're in scenes with.
I am completely grateful and pleased for the attention and the recognition I've received for playing the roles that I've played.
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