In an interview with Boys by Girls magazine last year, he said: “I know that I am born male but I don’t think I represent what it means to be a man.
“I believe we should be whatever we want. It gets kind of confusing when we start labelling ourselves so I try to stay away from labels.
“I grew up in Melbourne and I had a very open and accepting family. Dating someone of either sex didn’t make a difference to me.”
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