Queerty is better as a member
Where’s the surprise…aren’t most soap opera actors gay?…
@balehead: Damn, you beat me to it. Plus, what soaps are still on?
Good for him!
Just makes those sniveling closet cases seem even more pathetic…and yes, Kevin Spacey I’m talking about you.
What terrific news. Rikaart is a great actor, and Kevin is one of the most twisted and delicious characters on daytime. There’s all the potential for him to have a wonderful career beyond Y and R.
Good for him for coming out when he was ready, but let’s be honest, he is no hunk. He is a good looking guy, but definitely not a hunk.
A few weeks ago I was searching this same actor, and everywhere there was information that he is gay, I do not see the surprise and/or revelation in this…
I know it must be a relief. I’m so glad that I am alive to witness this evolution of tolerance as it evolves. In all honestly, I know a great deal of closet cases are there because it is safest to them, and that they generally feel comfortable living two lives — one visible and one in the shadows. To each their own. Congratulations Greg Rikaart!
@miagoodguy: To each his own. To some he is a hunk; to others, he isn’t. Who cares?
For those of us who would not be caught dead watching a soap on TV, it would be nice if you had told us which of the two men is Mr. Rikaart.
@jmmartin: It is done in the last sentence. “We’re assuming another part had to do with the smiley guy behind him.” So, the guy in the front, and to the left in the pic is Mr. Rikaart, the man in the back and to the right in the pic is his partner.
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