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Sebastian Stan. I don’t know what else to say other than thank you for being a big part of my life, and my journey from having come out. Here’s the story…

Picture it. Austin Comic Con, a few hours ago.

I’m standing in line to get his autograph and he could tell that I was nervous. He said, “Hi, what’s your name?” “I’m Albert,” I replied. “Albert, it’s a pleasure to meet you,” he responded. “The pleasure is all mine, Sebastian,” I stated. I then went on to tell him how he affected my life. I said, “Sebastian, I wanted to tell you that I came out three years ago, and it was your performance as TJ in “Political Animals” that encouraged me to come out. I figured, if you can be comfortable playing a gay man, I can be comfortable in my own skin. Thank you for helping me accept who I am.” He grabbed my hand and rubbed it with his thumb as he said, “I appreciate your honesty. I am really touched to hear that and I am glad that I could help you be who you are.” I shed a couple of tears after I walked away from the table. He was just so sweet.

Fast forward an hour and a half later… I am now in line with three girls that were also fangirling over Sebastian and we were trying to decide our poses. They told me, “Cut the line. WE NEED TO SEE THIS HAPPEN!” I cut the line so  I could be cheered on. When I got to him he asked, “Hey there, what are we doing?” I said, “I want to do the “Gone with the Wind” pose.” “How does that one go again?” he asked. “Dip me and look into my eyes,” I replied. I was suddenly entranced into his beautiful, blue eyes. He had me in a spell that no one could release me from. Sebastian is such a beautiful man. I love you, Sebastian.


Arrival (2016)

Directed by Denis Villeneuve

Cinematography by Bradford Young


The Big Question: What has been Greg Austin’s most difficult scene to film? Watch an all-new Class, Saturday at 10/9c on BBC America.

On April 15th, Doctor Who premieres in America which is immediately followed by it’s new spin-off show Class.

To viewers of Doctor Who and Non-Doctor Who viewers, I would recommend this show. You do not need to watch Doctor Who in order to understand this show.

This show has six main characters, out of those six there are two lead POC characters and there are two leading gay characters. This show has an incredible amount of representation and diversity, if you live in America, then I would highly recommend that you watch it.