Nick Jonas Plans To Visit More Gay Clubs, But Says He’s Definitely Not A “Gay Cock Tease”

Nick Jonas is set to release his third studio album “Last Year Was Complicated” on June 10 and he is addressing his LGBT fan base this week in a new interview with Queerty, explaining his recent decision to boycott North Carolina over its discriminatory ‘bathroom law’, his plans to visit his LGBT followers at gay clubs, and whether it makes him a “gay cock tease.”

Ask whether he considers himself a “gay cock tease” like James Franco, who applied the label to himself in a recent interview with New York magazine, he said “No, I don’t think so.”

“I’ve been pretty clear with my heart and my nature of just wanting to be as supportive of my gay fans as they’ve been of me,” he said. “So there’s definitely not any cock teasing going on. [Laughs] If anything I hope I can be a real ally for the LGBT community and I’m thrilled to be in a spot where I feel like there’s a lot of mutual love and respect.”

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Nick also discussed his plans to make another visit to New York City gay clubs where he celebrated the release of his album in September 2014.

“Sure! It’s always a good time going and hanging out at the gay clubs,” he said. “When Demi and I went in New York we had a lot of fun, so it could happen.”

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On his and Demi Lovato’s decision to cancel two concert dates in North Carolina in response to HB 2, Nick said the they both “took into consideration the fact that this would be very disappointing for our fans that were looking forward to the show. But sometimes you have to make these tough choices in order to hopefully see a change. We can only kind of humble ourselves and try to do our part, but hopefully we’ll see some good out of this very unfortunate situation.”

When asked if he thought he should have played his show and turned it into a fundraiser like Cyndi Lauper did, Nick said he had “talked about it with the whole team and spoke a lot together, for us it was about making the biggest impact possible. We felt that that would come from the cancellation of the show. Again, it was very tough to make that call, but you gotta do that sometimes and be ok with the frustration and hope that there’s real change.”
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