Lance Bass is speaking out about the difficulties gay and bi men encounter in the dating world.
In an interview with The Advocate, the Finding Prince Charming host addresses how his same-sex dating show will spark much-needed conversations about sex work, HIV, and other issues tied to same-sex relationships.
Watch Bass discuss why a show like his is needed in 2016, and why it's different from its straight predecessors:
Bass also addressed the recent headlines sparked by the show's bachelor, Robert Sepulveda, who revealed he once did sex work:
The Finding Prince Charming host also spoke about the revelation that one of the candidates vying for Sepulveda's love is HIV-positive, and why these conversations on television are essential to the fight against stigma:
Bass also talked about his recent fundraiser for victims of the Pulse shooting, why Caitlyn Jenner's attendance was controversial, and the passing of Lou Pearlman, the manager of NSYNC:
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