What is your specialty?
I get a lot of clients who read my interview and hire me because they've had similar experiences with their families regarding acceptance and religion.
Most of my clients are either still married, curious, or have never even had an experience with another man.
When we meet, they ask questions about what it was like growing up in the Bible Belt, or how I managed to tell my fiancé I was gay, and somehow my responses help them to further understand or accept who they are.
As cliché as that sounds, that is exactly why I still do this, and what I consider to be my niche.. Or at least my calling.
We all deserve to believe that there is nothing wrong with being exactly who we are on the inside.
We all deserve to feel love at some point in our lives, and too many people miss out on that for fear of how it would affect those around them.
So I guess what I am saying is this: I wish there was a niche for helping curious guys discover themselves.
Especially now, thanks to free speech and the magic of the internet. It's easier now than ever to share our experiences and give each other advice so we can all enjoy our time on this planet - without fear of being exactly who we are inside.
What distinguishes you from all the other people you know?
Sincere authenticity. Believe that or not, I dont care. There are too few genuinely good-hearted people in this world, and I am out to change that. I've been told a good person would never refer to themselves as such. They told me that they try to be a good person, but sometimes they have their bad days. In my opinion, you dont have to try to be a good person. You either are, or you're not. It's about how you think, not how you behave. It's about how you react, not how you act.
Tell us about the best experience you have had in life.
Literally speaking, being adopted was probably the best thing I've had happen because it led to so many more wonderful things that I would not have gotten to experience otherwise. However, if we're going for things that I actually remember happening, I'd say college. Graduation day was the best day ever for me. I put myself through college 100% without the help of any family member, so I am still proud of myself for accomplishing that.
What do you do for fun?
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A lot of these questions are very similar in nature. Regardless, I like taking my dog to the park. Gives me a chance to take pics of other peoples pets. Sometimes on windy days, you'll catch me in the middle of Piedmont park with a kite in the sky. Thats a guilty pleasure of mine. Simple, I know.