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Nick Jonas is going to rub his man parts with another man


Just to clarify, I really couldn't care less if someone's gay or not.  I find it kind of interesting that there are even two camps on homosexuality - like there's the people who are all 'gay is terri-bad' and others that are like 'Yay! You're gay!'

I'm like 'kay... so?'

This is how someone is born... I'm not pro or against anything else based on how they were born. To me it's kind of like being for or against someone based on whether they have teeth.  Or hair. Or eyes. Or... you get my point.

Anyway, Nick has an upcoming Gay sex scene and people are reacting exactly as I've said above - as one of two camps. Do you care whether Nick has gay-sex in a movie?

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Nick Jonas gay sex scene will be part of his gay role in Kingdom. Nicky toldBuzzfeed: ‘Byron [Balasco, Kingdom creator] told me before shooting began. Everyone at Kingdom was really transparent about the character and some of the things the character would go through. And in my prep work, I wanted to be aware so I could properly tell this story.
For me, it was important to maintain the stakes for Nate. He lives in a world of fear, fear of disappointing his father, both in the cage and outside of the cage, and he carries that pressure with him in so many ways. I think it’s something a lot of people can relate to.’
On filming a gay sex scene: ‘I have trust in Byron and the writing team to tell these stories in a really honest and grounded way and it’s my responsibility as an actor to be that person and tell those stories the best I can. So, absolutely I will do all I need to do.’
Who do YOU think Nick will be gay with?

Nate won’t be coming out to his friends and family any time soon on Kingdom, which DirecTV. Creator: ‘Just because we’ve seen a truth about Nate doesn’t mean anyone else has. The bigger issue for Nate is not what everybody else will think but his perception of what everybody else is going to think.’
Nick’s parents are proud of gay role: ‘Their reaction was incredible. My family was really proud of me for getting this role and they were excited for me to tell this story. especially because it’s so important.
I’ve really been trying to make an effort to talk with my gay fan base and find unique opportunities to set up the next chapter of my life and my career with them in it. The attitude I take in the stories I want to share and my personal life and my view is that I think we’re in a time where there’s a new progression. For all people of all walks of life to accept all people.. I’d be thrilled if I’m any part of that.
The biggest thing I’ve learned through this is that you can’t have any fear when you’re acting. Any ounce of fear will show. You just have to become that person and live that life. I love that process and pushing myself in that way. I found that really rewarding in the end … I’m absolutely willing to go anywhere the story needs to go.
All of our characters are fighting for survival, fighting to understand who they are, fighting to understand their significance in the world. You always think everybody is thinking about you all the time, but the truth is, nobody’s thinking about you — period. Your sexuality isn’t as earth shattering to the other guy in the gym as you think it is, but it’s scary to actually find out that answer.
I think it would be ideal if Nate could just live in his truth and be exactly who he needs to be and be OK with it, but the reality is that, for him specifically, it’s tough. There’s a journey he has to go on, and I hold that with a lot of responsibility and I’m thrilled to get to tell this story.’

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