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Being gay doesn't mean that you are less than anybody else.
It's just who you are."Saleem said he would talk to his father.
It's just who you are." PHOTOS: Celebrity LGBT allies After the show aired Tuesday night, Harper was flooded with support from fans on Twitter.
"THANK YOU to everyone that supported my decision to talk about being gay w/ Bobby," he tweeted.
26 episode of the NBC reality weight loss competition show, the 48-year-old personal trainer came out as gay in order to encourage contestant Bobby Saleem.
To help encourage Saleem to come out to his dad, Harper decided to share his own story.
"I think that when I came out, when I was 17 years old, it was one of those kind of things where I realized there were so many obstacles."He added, "But being gay doesn't mean being weak. It was a tawdry little thing." Despite the brevity of their fling, Harper added that there was no bad blood between him and the outrageous Bravo reality star. PHOTOS: Hollywood's gay power couples However, Farahan is taken!" PHOTOS: Gay celebs' coming out stories Harper, for his part, came out as gay onin November 2013, in hopes to encourage a show contestant who was struggling with coming out."I'm gay," Harper told the contestant Bobby Saleem in a heart-to-heart. When I came out — when I was 17 years old — it was one of those things where I realized that there was going to be so many obstacles, but being gay doesn't mean being weak.
And being gay doesn't mean that you are less than anybody else.
Those who win a particular challenge are given special privileges, such as a weight advantage for the next weigh-in or even full immunity from being voted off the show.