!! OMG, quote of the day: There’s nothing manlier than bottoming, according to Walking Dead star Nico Tortorella !!

“I think that is a deep-rooted issue with the body in general, whether you’re male-bodied or female-bodied,” previously confirming sexual versatility, went further to dismiss the notion that bottoming “is not masculine”, saying anyone who has ever bottomed knows “you need to man the f*** up to get the job done. There’s nothing more masculine than bottoming.”

– Actor Nico Tortorella, who also says they identify as non binary.

[via pinknews]

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11 Comments on "OMG, quote of the day: There’s nothing manlier than bottoming, according to Walking Dead star Nico Tortorella"

  1. *Sigh* Stop talking.

  2. So he likes it in the poopa. He seems verse so he can take it as good as he can give it.

  3. ATTENTION WHWORE……
    WE ARE TO\IRED OF YOU……
    YOU ARE ANNOYING……
    GO AWAY……………………….

  4. I don’t understand the use of they and their only declare bottoming masculine. Seems attention seeking…

  5. He’s non-binary this week?
    He goes back and forth on so much of this. He’s the most annoying LGBT guy out there.
    He’s totally gay. His “wife” is just his friend. They have NO sexual relations. That’s what he has said before.

  6. Non-binary doesn’t mean agender. A non-binary person doesn’t 100% identify as either male or female, so often there have aspects they consider to be more to the masculine side and others that are more to the feminine side.

  7. I so totally agree, any guy that bottoms for me has my utmost respect 🙂

  8. This person seems pretty smug. If we identify as non-binary, let’s maybe stop with the “man up” and gendering of stuff like this.

  9. Exactly, I don’t get genuine vibes .. everything feels off to me

  10. Hello-

    I am still a tad confused about the whole non-binary concept. if Nico
    does not identify as *male* how can bottoming be “masculine”?

    • Good point. Nico doesn’t understand shit. He’s so annoying and contradicts himself constantly. Hey Nico, just say you’re gay. We all know and stop using labels that TRUELY represents others.

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