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I'm not the biggest prude in the world, but am a little surprised Logo would choose someone who is said to have been a onetime rentboy (dba Vincent Romen and "Troy") to star in its latest offering.This certainly isn't an uncommon phenomenon among gay men -- I've known many, and who could forget when Stanford found out about Marcus's past at the Soho House pool on "Sex and the City"? And it's certainly not a disqualifying detail. (I can even remember when I first got to NYC and was struggling to make ends meet and a concerned -- and better-off -- friend pulled me aside after hearing me laugh about all the men offering money on AOL and saying, out of the blue: "If you're ever short on cash, don't do anything. I'll give it to you," making a connection that had never entered my mind.) Still, can't help but wonder if Logo knew about this in advance and how they intend to address it now that it's out there. Thoughts? I've reached out to Robert and Logo for comment but have not heard back.
More dishy comments HERE.
Boy Culture ponders why Logo would base the show on finding "the one" when so many gay couples don't function that way anyway. If you're going to have a nontraditional leading man, why not mix up the format, too? Read HERE.
What would Andra think?