Brian, in his own words: ” Being gay to me means being FAAAAABBBBULOUUUS!! This is a tuff question for me, I’ve never really thought about it before. It’s just a perfect fit, I tend to think to myself quite a bit ” Damn I’m happy I’m gay”. Corny, I know, but true.
Ive been pretty lucky in my life to not have many challenges. I like to live my life as stress free as possible and surround myself with people who do the same. On the success side, I did just start a dog walking company with a good friend of mine here in NYC . We have been working hard on getting that off the ground and pretty excited to see it grow.
I love the gay community in NYC. The diversity is obviously extraordinary and the amount of creative gay folk I have met up here just blows my mind. Its also big and strong, just like I like my men:) That’s a joke, I like all kinds of men.
I came out to most of family/friends when I was 20, shortly after me and my first boyfriend got together. And everyone was very accepting of the fact that I was gay, and welcoming to my gay friends. Most had a “feeling” I was gay. Haha.
I would tell my younger self to start taking Lexapro earlier! Oh, and to take piano lessons.”