All Of The Guys In "Mean Girls" Eventually Came Out As Gay

 I'm Not Sure If You Realized It But All Of The Guys In "Mean Girls" Eventually Came Out As Gay

First off, Damian.He actually came out in 2014.

Daniel Franzese, aka Damian, told AOL, "I came out around the tenth anniversary of Mean Girls [in 2014]."
"I get a lot of fan mail," he continued, "but around the tenth anniversary of Mean Girls, I got a letter from a grown-up fan who said, 'When I was in 8th grade, I was beaten up for being chubby and tortured for being a sissy, but then your movie came out, and, in 9th grade, on the first day of school, the popular senior girls walked up to me and said, 'You're like Damian, come sit with us!," he continued.


"And he was like, 'Thank you so much, I don't know if you're gay or not...' but then I realized it's so important that I come out."
Then I came out, and I forced two of my other co-stars, Kevin G and Aaron Samuels, to come out as well — we're all homosexual!
"There comes a time in your life when you realize it simply doesn't matter and it's not worth it to not just live completely open as yourself," Jonathan Bennett, aka Aaron Samuels, told TooFab.
"I never really talked about it when Mean Girls came out, my friends all knew. I just was kind of told by not anyone specifically, but everyone [to stay closeted]. We lived in a weird world where us actors who were working in the public eye at the time that were gay, we all didn't know what to do.
"It's everyone's own journey and they can do it how they want. For me, I was like, OK, it was time. I was like, 'Yep, I'm done. I'm over it.' I'm like, fuck it don't cast me, I don't care."

Kevin G, is, you guessed it: also gay.
"I know full well that if I was an openly homosexual actor, there was no way I'd be chosen for the role of a sixteen-year-old religious Indian kid in a movie that Fox was spending $100 million into," Rajiv Surendra, aka Kevin G, told Kajal Mag.
After Mean Girls, he moved to Munich Germany: "I grew up in a household where no aspect of sexuality whatsoever was ever mentioned, but what was easy for me is that I moved to a completely foreign country. I had complete anonymity there, which I think helped me come to terms with doing what I wanted. I didn’t need to be worried about what everyone else thought."







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