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"They've been dating for a while now and are very happy," a friend of the pair tells us.
Before Dallas, Bennett was previously linked to Lance Bass.
I couldn't care less now that he is almost 40 years old. Just because they're actors doesn't mean they're more mature, more capable of handling emotions or doing things without a script- Most of us don't have to come out to the entire world, with all of the hate and snyping that goes on these days multiplied a million times.
And most important, most people don't come out for other people. It's a matter of self-worth, self-esteem, self-preservation, and for many of us, we waited until it was right for us to do it, usually dealing with the sensivities of a few people that matter. And what many of them want is just to live their lives openly, which he has mostly done. R26 you're mad he didn't come out as a trailblazer at 23 in 2004? He's living his life more openly and has for a while, when many people older are much more closeted and likely going to great lengths to live the "bi" life, no matter how deep in the closet, or have their own issues, because they're more successful and trying to be respectable.
He is also the host of Food Network's show Cake Wars.Are Spacey, Travolta, Clooney ever going to "mature"?And if we're talking about maturity and them coming out for the benefit of other gay people, then other gay men especially need to separate their disdain for their performances or work from trashing them for their choices (Bomer, Groff) or how horrible they look when they're out or whom they date (NPH, Quinto) or mocking them for playing femme gay men (Ferguson, Colfer). I'm not "whining." I respect a person's decision to come out when they are good and ready. Here's a Huff Po article about why it does matter that Jonathan Bennett is gay and out of the closet, for those of you who seem to be unable to grasp the concept.But when you're in a relationship that's gone stale, how can you tell whether it's worth salvaging, or whether you should cut the cord and move on?"I believe that many relationships are past their 'sell by' date and one or both partners simply sticks around out of habit and convenience," Jonathan Bennett, dating and relationship coach and owner of The Popular Man, tells Bustle. and what you have to do."When you've been with someone for a long time, it's obviously easier said than done to know what the right decision is.
In a perfect world, every relationship would be happy, healthy, and built to last a lifetime.