Colton was FORCED

I know many of my readers love Colton Haynes.  And, sure, he’s cute.  But I am kinda over him.  Perhaps I expect too much, but I really don’t enjoy someone using the coming out process for publicity.  And crying about how hard he had it.  Please.  Not that successful, beautiful people don’t have problems.  It really is such a burden!  Colton’s latest stop on the whining tour was on Andy Cohen (so to speak).  “I was literally told from the day that I moved to Los Angeles that I could not be gay because I wouldn’t work.  Then I was with my management team and team of people that just literally told me I couldn’t be this way.”  They told him – perhaps at gunpoint – that he had to do it their way.  Mind you, Haynes wasn’t a child.  By the time he got to Hollywood at 19, he had been a successful model for several years.  So it’s not like he didn’t have a say in his own life.  It’s just creating more of this “victim drama”.  I would have much more respect for him if he said, “I was afraid to come out,” or “I didn’t want to jeopardize my career,” or “I was fucked up.”  But to put the blame on others and present yourself as a spineless puppet – well, it doesn’t make him very attractive in my book.

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