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The boys are back in town

The youngest Amazing Race contestant is now helping to organize activities for young gay, bi, and questioning men in his adopted Ohio hometown. The goal is 90% fun and 10% safer-sex education, and it's working.

From reality TV to reality bites

Andrew Hyde was the gay cheerleader on CBS's The Amazing Race, giving him 15 minutes of fame that he is determined to put to use to improve life for gay youths. The harsh reality they often face, he reminds us, isn't like any reality TV show.