Dandy tells Soap Opera Digest that he's in secret relationship with ‘Survivor’ winner
NEW YORK - Gayest Neil, bitter dandy, says he’s gay and in a "not very stable" relationship with a reality show star and prison convict.
Neil, who writes the critically ignored blog "Diary of a Contemporary Dandy", tells Soap Opera Digest that he didn’t earlier disclose his sexuality because he didn’t want to affect his blog's popularity.
"I knew that like I was gay from since I was born. But there's like more to myself than my sexuality. Like I'm an astrologist for H/X and I have all these great friends. And. I forgot. What was the question?" he tells the magazine.
"Diary of a Contemporary Dandy" is known for its weird fiction including stories of time travelling gorillas and poems about Gayest Neil's eating habits. He also bitches about rugby sometimes. The blog has had a dry period lately and Neil blames this on his secret relationship with reality television villain, Richard Hatch. Neil has also found popularity by simply being the boyfriend of musician Bryce Edwards.
Gayest Neil says he wondered if his coming out could prompt "the end of his blog." He explains, "This piece of crap certainly isn't like a Joe.My.God. No way. And he's out. Is he? I don't know. I think he is. He looks gay, and I'm talking Village People gay, but maybe he's closeted? Not me though. I'm out and proud now. Are you recording this? I hope he doesn't take me off his sidebar. Turn off that recorder please. I said turn it off, bitch!"
The humorist says he’s in a "not very stable" relationship with 62-year-old evil-dooer Richard Hatch, winner of season one of reality television show "Survivor."
"Yeah. Like I love Bryce, totally in love with him. But [Richard Hatch] is so darned sexy. And he's a millionaire. But Ricky's in jail now. I'm sending him cookies and dirty pictures and stuff, undies, you know. Gay relationships can be hard, especially when there is tax fraud, another boyfriend, celebreality and all the drama that goes with that involved. Coming out sucks. Can I take it back?"
"The thing is, I’m not ashamed — that’s the one thing I want to say," Neil says. "I don’t think it’s wrong, I’m not devastated going through this. I’m more liberated and happy than I’ve been my whole life. Gay means happy. I’m just happy. These are tears of joy damn it."
On a related note: congratulations Lance Bass.