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“Degrassi” Star Comes Out

Jan 22, 2008 by Lux Alptraum
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Over here at Boinkology HQ, we’re pretty obsessed with “Degrassi: The Next Generation,” the Canadian teen drama that actually deals with, well, real life teen drama (as opposed to American teen dramas, which tend to deal with a kind of teen drama that only seems to happen on TV and is magically resolved within 30 minutes).

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On “Degrassi,” characters deal with issues faced by teens every day: they hate their bodies, they fall in — and out — of love, they decide whether or not to have sex, they come out. And, sometimes, as with Adamo Ruggiero, the actor who plays Marco Del Rossi, they get to come out twice.

To be honest, we don’t really care whether or not Ruggiero is gay. Regardless of who he makes out with, his onscreen portrayal of Marco; which deals intelligently with the struggles faced by gay teenagers and manages to show that gay teenagers have thoughts, feelings, and problems extending beyond their gayness; has done a great deal to improve the portrayal of gays in the media. But since he is gay, and has chosen to come out, we’d like to commend him — the more out and proud public figures we have, the closer we get to seeing being out and proud as the norm.

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