Our Quakers love us. we're big with the Quakers. It's all about cleanliness.
For the first time in my life, I want the right to get married. I've met somebody who meets the criteria of what I've always imagined in and wanted from a partner - someone to marry and to bring children into the world with.
Drugs and alcohol can be so destructive.
There really is something raw about sexuality that's real and good and we must continue to learn to not be ashamed of it. But - we have to honor the reality of practicing safer sex.
We shouldn't any of us be afraid of teaching protective measures to save lives.
It's definitely there - this impulse to be creative - and we're trying to help the man on his journey to become who he was meant to be.
You know what I like about disposable razors? They're disposable.
I enjoy my relationship with straight men. It's very nurturing. It's very validating to hang out with straight guys and be accepted. So many of us, we were not accepted when we were younger by straight persons in high school.
It's not being marketed as a gay show by a gay person. It's just Ellen DeGeneres.
What we Five do is not just slap a haircut or clothes or exterior style on them. We want what works for them - the rock-n-roll of their lives.
No nose hair. Ever. You'd be surprised at all the little twigs sticking out. I just can't get it. How can you see that and not just want to hack it off?
Queer Eye is a makeover show, meant to help our straight brethren.
I'm no interior decorator, but just I have a feeling that plastic plants in the bathroom... probably not a good idea.
For myself, Queer Eye feeds more to my heart and my soul than as a platform for a career.
That said, we don't approach these improvements as only a surface aesthetic. The producers and we think that these men are helped with their inner needs when they pay attention to their externals.
Our sexual lives are maintained by the shadow side and the light side, so the more we can understand and embrace enlightenment, the less need there is for chemical enhancement.
Everyone's hip to the fact that we all do things to accentuate our looks - and it's much more accepted.
I just don't know that shame and fear need to be our teachers; rather, compassion, understanding, and love should be our guides.
I'm all for guys being butch and guys being men. I identify with that and appreciate that. But if I'm going to stab my gay brother in the back who isn't butch and who maybe acts a little bit more effeminate, what good is that?
The externals are important but I'm not interested in superficiality.
I like a woman with priorities.
Call me old-fashioned, but I like my conditioners to be conditioners and my shampoos to be shampoos.
As far as the grooming goes, if I'm introducing someone to skin care, I really hope they'll take what I've given them and use that for a long time.
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