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@erinsax song "Happy" is up for an Oscar nomination! If u love this underdog make some noise #HappyAlteredMinds. Here is the song Youtu.be/MLzZ0Q7pCRc ... See MoreSee Less

Reserve. DTLA.

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41 and a HALF years old and still able to work my ass off in the gym to pull it together..was losing the battle a few months back. Proud of myself today! And NO steroids while pretending it happens with expensive designer prepared food plans either, bitches. #AllNatural. And I still pretty much eat whatever I want. #me

Reichen A. Kuhl with Fernando Hernandez.

41 and a HALF years old and still able to work my ass off in the gym to pull it together..was losing the battle a few months back. Proud of myself today! And NO steroids while pretending it happens with expensive designer prepared food plans either, bitches. #AllNatural. And I still pretty much eat whatever I want. #me
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Sitting at Equinox waiting for the doors to open with a few others who I also see taking pointless selfies. Damn I didnt realize I was this early.

Reichen A. Kuhl with Fernando Hernandez.

Sitting at Equinox waiting for the doors to open with a few others who I also see taking pointless selfies. Damn I didn't realize I was this early.
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And finally. I feel equal to everyone else in my beloved country. I am so proud of us and happy to be alive during this amazing time. So much flashes in front of me today. I am proud to have done my small part in my own journey to fight for our rights in years past in the face of conservative verbal under-breath threats in the state buildings from which I spoke, and in the face of gay haters when I continued my fight while in the destructive public eye. When I hid my sexuality for 9 years because I wanted to serve my country and graduate from the Air Force Academy and make my grandmother and my brother and my family proud. When I dated people who literally pulled me in to their miserable life out of my own bliss making me believe they were somehow better, more popular, and more interesting (they so were NOT), and made my fight tougher as they fought coming out of the closet and wanted me to hide their truth while demanding I suppress my own truth until the media forced them out of the closet (and then they pretended to do it on purpose). Or took from me every cent they could for personal gain, all while trying to throw me under the bus in a career I helped them get, just to look more interesting, never giving two shits about me as a person. When the negative gay blog media tried to pick fights with me to sell advertising and look current. When my best friends and support group ditched our friendship and my true to heart efforts for equal rights all to be better suck-ups and friends/seen with the celebrities I introduced them to because thats just who they are and what they care about. I admit, that because of all of these people, my spirits for belief in our community dwindled to almost NOTHING.  I I felt I did it all in vain. I let self-serving fake people from one insecure city drag me down. But I continued to write, speak, fight, and do my best to stay true to the personal wrongs I had witnessed and to vindicate my darker suppressed days in our Air Force--my personal motivation to fight that none of them ever cared to understand. To all of them who never cared for or understood me, who wanted to vilify me when they couldnt take any more from me when I stopped allowing them to, who werent and arent worth a single Instagram photo of the self-serving, fake, facade-filled sad lives they live--stick it. You lost. Because today I feel better. I was always real, serving, and caring for you and what I believed in. And that I know. I was always better than you were no matter how imperfect I was to your own never-ending needs for religious freedom, fame, money, control, attention, reputation, jealousy and security. My opinion of you couldnt be lower while my opinion of me is back to being in the high place it was before you tore it away.  Im back to remembering my hard work and accomplishments. Im smarter now. Stronger now. Im on to better people, true people, true friends, better days, a new exciting career, solid business, equal rights to be used I hope on someone who loves me, and better times. Good will, truth, solid character, hard work, and freedom are destined to always win. For a million reasons this is an emotional day for me and all of us in the U.S.  I cant apologize for my reflection because its hitting me like a ton of bricks today. Cant totally explain why, but it is. My pride is invigorated. Ive learned so much personally and so have all of us. Our future is bright. I feel new. I actually feel proud again.

And finally. I feel equal to everyone else in my beloved country. I am so proud of us and happy to be alive during this amazing time. So much flashes in front of me today. I am proud to have done my small part in my own journey to fight for our rights in years past in the face of conservative verbal under-breath threats in the state buildings from which I spoke, and in the face of gay haters when I continued my fight while in the destructive public eye. When I hid my sexuality for 9 years because I wanted to serve my country and graduate from the Air Force Academy and make my grandmother and my brother and my family proud. When I dated people who literally pulled me in to their miserable life out of my own bliss making me believe they were somehow better, more popular, and more interesting (they so were NOT), and made my fight tougher as they fought coming out of the closet and wanted me to hide their truth while demanding I suppress my own truth until the media forced them out of the closet (and then they pretended to do it on purpose). Or took from me every cent they could for personal gain, all while trying to throw me under the bus in a career I helped them get, just to look more interesting, never giving two shits about me as a person. When the negative gay blog "media" tried to pick fights with me to sell advertising and look "current." When my best friends and support group ditched our friendship and my true to heart efforts for equal rights all to be better suck-ups and friends/seen with the celebrities I introduced them to because that's just who they are and what they care about. I admit, that because of all of these people, my spirits for belief in our community dwindled to almost NOTHING. I I felt I did it all in vain. I let self-serving fake people from one insecure city drag me down. But I continued to write, speak, fight, and do my best to stay true to the personal wrongs I had witnessed and to vindicate my darker suppressed days in our Air Force--my personal motivation to fight that none of them ever cared to understand. To all of them who never cared for or understood me, who wanted to vilify me when they couldn't take any more from me when I stopped allowing them to, who weren't and aren't worth a single Instagram photo of the self-serving, fake, facade-filled sad lives they live--stick it. You lost. Because today I feel better. I was always real, serving, and caring for you and what I believed in. And that I know. I was always better than you were no matter how imperfect I was to your own never-ending needs for religious "freedom", fame, money, control, attention, reputation, jealousy and security. My opinion of you couldn't be lower while my opinion of me is back to being in the high place it was before you tore it away. I'm back to remembering my hard work and accomplishments. I'm smarter now. Stronger now. I'm on to better people, true people, true friends, better days, a new exciting career, solid business, equal rights to be used I hope on someone who loves me, and better times. Good will, truth, solid character, hard work, and freedom are destined to always win. For a million reasons this is an emotional day for me and all of us in the U.S. I can't apologize for my reflection because it's hitting me like a ton of bricks today. Can't totally explain why, but it is. My pride is invigorated. I've learned so much personally and so have all of us. Our future is bright. I feel new. I actually feel proud again. ... See MoreSee Less





Round 2: are @RyanNickulas @dereksaathoff @mikeruiz1 @Rodneysantiag10 or #reichenlehmkuhl watching @austinarmacost on #CelebrityBigBrother

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