And you can talk or not talk about whatever you want.
Like you're not interested, that's cool, but some people are.edit: but I said not you before because you're not making a big deal out of it, I understand it's your opinion.
If they don't mention it, I'm not going to question/comment about it.
Ok but you just said the show is about dancing so you don't want to know their sexualities?
If this show weren't just dripping with compulsive heterosexuality (like it took 11 seasons to finally have a routine that was openly about a same sex romantic relationship) it wouldn't be as big a deal to not talk about the dancers' sexualities.
But this show pushes heteroromantic routine after heteroromantic routine down our throats and never discusses the fact that there have been a lot of gay dancers on the show.
and not everybody can do the same as I said........... That's why you call it man crush and not a real crush. A while back I heard that he went out of the closet I read billy was his boyfriend during the show, then it was another male dancer during the tour I think he said he was gay on afterbuzz tooso it is possible he is neither straight or gay but bisexual. He could dance whatever character was throw at him: straight and gay.... Asking for "man crush" is usually what you would ask a straight guy. In one interview he said that he had kissed girls and it helped to portray his character.As it is it's no more revealing than Edson asking if he can be the flower girl or Ricky saying being in heels feels like home.I think the show has learned from the Kent thing to not push it anymore.Aris Paracuelles, Hokuto "Hok" Konishi, & Ryan Feng I'm not sure about.Former member Dominic "DTrix" Sandoval has a girlfriend Lauren Froderman from So You Think You Can Dance. If you are referring to the USS Merrimack II, she was a typical 40-gun frigate and would run a crew of about 350 men.But this show pushes heteroromantic routine after heteroromantic routine down our throats and never discusses the fact that there have been a lot of gay dancers on the show. It's amazing how many people will happily watch TV personality after TV personality talk about their heterosexual relationships and romantic intentions and inclinations, but then claim that they 'don't care' as soon as a homosexual relationship is even hinted at.