The personality of reality television also took some time to admit that her experience may not be like any other.
“Right now, what’s important is that you guys know that no matter who you love, everything is fine and great, and that the world is there for you,” she explained. “I know everyone’s situation is different and it can be harder for some people and easier for some people to go out or [to] Be yourself, but I think going out has this stigma around you – that it’s really, really, really scary, but it’s not anymore. “
“There are so many people who accept and love people that everything is fine,”
When asked how long he has been part of the LGBTQ + community, Jojo said he “doesn’t know.”
As she put it: “I think all my life … I’ve liked people, but I’ve never fallen in love before. But I’ve always believed that my man would just be my man. If that man happened to be a boy, then great. If this guy happened to be a girl, great. “