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April 3, 2008

Real World: Seattle's Stephen Finally Comes OUT At Real World Awards Bash... & Fights Again

Yes, during MTV's The Real World Awards Bash last night on The Real World Seattle's Stephen finally, finally, finally came out of the fucking closet. I remember in interviews way back after the season ended that Irene, a Seattle cast member who got slapped by Stephen, said that he was suppose to play the "gay role" in the cast but when filming started he suddenly played "straight" for the camera.

After the show ended he continued to play the "straight" role and then I think there was some run in with the law and now after so many years later we finally get MTV confirmation that Stephen is officially gay and on top of that he's in fucking love with a man named Sheldon. It's about fucking time Stephen. Halle-fucking-lujah!

Posted by guytvblog at April 3, 2008 5:05 AM


we knew that was coming...

but, nathan, david, and CT should have all come out behind him.

they were ALL suspect last night and PERIOD. and wow, what happened to Nathan? he looks rough...too many nip tucks?

too many drunken nights searching for "bromances with benefits"?

all i know is that Eric Nies look GOOD as hell with beard..i would SO love to do him. over and over...and over again.

Posted by: Ryan at April 3, 2008 11:28 AM

I was so PROUD of Stephen for slapping that bitch. She knew that she was zeroing in and provoking him and wouldnt let up and anyone who is honest and not trying to be politically correct will admit it was no big deal. He didnt hit her or hurt her he slapped her and took her respect the way she was doing him. It's a draw.

Posted by: joe at April 3, 2008 4:25 PM

When you put your hand on another person you cross the line. If he was not able to respond to her verbally then he lost the debate. He was just upset that he was called out. But his action was not warranted. There is nothing to be PROUD of. He should have been PROUD that he is a gay man.

Posted by: JM at April 3, 2008 8:46 PM