Antoni doesn’t want to limit his options.
Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski calls his sexuality ‘fluid’: ‘I’ve never had a label for myself’
Antoni is the food and wine expert on Queer Eye (Picture: Netflix)
Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski has called his sexuality ‘fluid’, revealing he doesn’t want to be limited to just men and women.
The 34-year-old has been in a relationship with partner Joey Krietemeyer for seven years, but admitted that his sexuality is ‘fluid on the spectrum’ as he doesn’t want to label himself.
The Netflix star told Gay Times: ‘I’ve always considered myself a little more fluid along the spectrum. So even being called bisexual… I remember in my early twenties I was like, “But bisexual means I can only like girls and guys, what if I like something else?”.
‘Maybe it’s just my rebellious nature. I’m me, I’m Antoni, and I’m all these things. Some people want to define themselves, and they should as it’s part of their identity.
‘For me personally, I’ve never really had a label for myself.’
Referring to his relationship with photographer Joey, Antoni said: ‘Today I’m gay, I’m in a gay relationship, and that’s where I am. That’s good enough for me.’
Antoni became pretty much everyone’s crush when he was chosen as one of the rebooted Fab Five on Queer Eye alongside Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk and Tan France.
Antoni has been in a relationship with Joey for seven years (Picture: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
Porowksi is the food and wine guy on the show – although he was forced to insist that yes, he can cook after making simple recipes including guacamole and hot dogs on the show.
And his crush status is set to rocket even further thanks to his cover shoot for Gay Times, in which he poses in a pair of more-revealing-than-you’d-think dungarees.
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Sharing the thirst trap cover on Instagram, Antoni wrote: ‘To all the boys out there, who, like me, were born with no butt, yet dare to dream for a cover feature, dressed in nothing but loose overalls, I say, never, ever give up.’
Antoni’s full interview is available to read in Gay Times magazine.