Imagine the Fab Five from Queer Eye coming to your school and then talk to you about being queer. I know, you can’t relate and neither can we. But the students of Quincy High can. In an episode in which the Fab Five visit Quincy High to help Jonathan Van Ness former music teacher, the cast sat down with the students and talked all about sexuality and identities.
Queer Eye Talk To Students About Being Gay
It’s all gay and rainbows as Queer Eye is finally back on Netflix. For the first episode of Queer Eye season 4, the Fab Five visit Jonathan Van Ness’s former school Quincy High in Illinois. There they intend to help and makeover his former music teacher Kathi Dooley. While helping Kathi, the cast took out some time to chat with the Gay Straight Alliance at the school. And let us tell you, it got emotional and when you watch it you’re going to cry for sure.
While conversation goes on Jonathan confessed that he couldn’t have ever imagined that such a group would ever exist in his high school. Jonathan said,
At that time, [the] Gay Straight Alliance is something I didn’t think would ever be like literally allowed.
The students of the group also opened up about coming in terms with their sexual orientations. One student said,
I’m having a really hard time finding who I am, I don’t know if I’m straight, I don’t know if I’m gay. I’ve had relations with both and it’s really hard to share that.
You can see this beautiful moment between the Queer Eye cast and the students here.
The cast of the show includes Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk. The 4 seasons of Queer Eye are streaming on Netflix.