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This is how
unique, powerful and potent sexuality is
sexuality should not be tampered with at any time
It is the
individual’s choice to engage
found their desire is for the same sex
believe that they were to be of the other sex
“Tampered with sexuality”
And remains with the individual all of his or her life
Two-time Survivor contestant Zeke Smith revealed himself to be transgender during tonight's episode, after fellow tribe member Jeff Varner decided to out him in front of the other contestants.
The 29 year-old contestant won viewers over during the Millennials vs. Gen-X season of Survivor with his lovable personality, and even inspired another contestant, Bret, to come out to him on the show. Zeke was brought back this season for Game Changers, which is entirely made up of returning players who had a major impact on the show in previous seasons.
In last week's episode, it was Zeke's idea to get rid of two-time winner and powerhouse player Sandra, blindsiding Jeff in the process, meaning Jeff was going to be pretty wary of all his tribe mates going into this week.
During tonight's tribal council, Jeff admitted to host Jeff Probstthat he felt he was going home. Before any vote was cast, however, the contestant revealed personal information about Zeke.
"There is deception here. Deceptions on levels Jeff that these guys don't even understand," Jeff explained before looking at Zeke. "Why haven't you told anyone that you're transgender?"
Within moments, several cast members voiced their outrage at Jeff for outing their teammate.
"I argue for the rights of transgender people every day in the state of North Carolina," Jeff explained after getting heat. "I would never say or do anything to hurt anyone here. Jeff, I'm arguing for my life. I feel like I've got to throw everything at the wall."
After realizing his mistake and delivering a tearful apology, Jeff was still voted off the island without any hesitation.
"I didn't want to be the "Trans" Survivor player and I wanted to be Zeke the Survivorplayer," Zeke explained. "I don't even need a cheerleader because I know I can do whatever I want to do."