Transcript for 'Queer Eye's' Fab Five on how Season 1's big moments will carry over to Season 2
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I sai no but I thought it was realportant to ask bobbyow he felt about homosexua as a very religious person. I just saw T rules. I didn't she grace. I spe everayer meeting and every Sunday cryand begging god T N make me gay. I've gotten countless dms from even pastors who have said to , you have literally changed my entire VI on homosexuality. To hearou say, you begged G not T make you gay, still are, made realize it's not a choice. Reporter: The show's ncerity and soft touch made it a succ audiencebers responding to moments in whiharacter strugggive way to self-love. In to thing we could that was wr with them. But goaleay was to walk in and try toind everything that was good about them, so that they could see that, because the couldn't see that. They couldn't themselves did. The only way you get to that P iing strain the T. Men a so often told to close it off. Think about evyoung boy that startshow emn. A coach, afather, mentor, a teach, op that Y're acting girlieou're a this. Y that?for me it was deconditio em from that minds and T behavior to them know, no, it'say.showing a little emotion makes you more confident makes you a better human be Reporn April we caught up with cast New York along students fro the city'sgay/straight allia clubs. Hi, I'm bobby,ic to meet Reporter: They prepared for glsen's natl day of silence. T do you say to all the kids your who are in ps where there isot area functioning lgbt straight/g alliance? Who are feeling not acce by their family? Hough you may not feel like Y Fam ate is supportivehere's people erywhere who are there for you. Social media is such a big thin it can be used for V product things. Talk taking a medium that could be aedible waste of time and turning it into something soeffect When we were kids we didn't have a click of button in our cket, somewhere where there was a common you have the advantage of community in your pocket, your smartphone Nobody is really alone, you aren't E. Repr: That idea snglytheir mission, leaving characters ahose watching feeling a lot les alone. One, two, three -- Freak out! Repor for "Nightline," Gloria Riviera, ABC news. Lgbtq youth across the nation. "Queer eye" comes to Netflix
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