Packed for the Rafters star, Hugh Sheridan wrote a deeply personal open letter detailing his sexuality
The 35-year-old Adelaide man said he had long felt his sexuality watched – but now had a ‘responsibility’ to speak up and help those who ‘still discover themselves’
In a first-person article from Stellar magazine, Sheridan reveals he’s been with men and women, but prefers not to be tagged
“After moving to Sydney to attend NIDA, I finally met a guy who I connected with emotionally, mentally and physically,” he writes
« I was in heaven – I could finally be what people always wanted me to be, so I told everyone
« In return, I was told that if I was anything other than straight, I would never find a job and had to hide my new love
“To add to the confusion, the two mentors who told me this were openly gay themselves; they were seriously trying to protect me and indeed had my best interests at heart. It was just reality «
He said that after his relationship with a man ended, he fell in love with a woman but was too « embarrassed » to reveal his past
Now he says he is speaking up to give those who live in private a « break »
He said at the time that taking a break from social media would help him improve his mental health while battling the virus
« If I’m not on social media that much, it’s not necessarily because I’m depressed, it’s because it can make me feel a little worse at the moment, » he said. he declared
« So I fall apart and take the time to focus on editing my script The Dance, it appropriately deals with how to get through!
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