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Neil Patrick Says That He Is Not a Gay Icon at the Tel Aviv’s LGBTQ Pride

Neil Patrick Says That He Is Not a Gay Icon at the Tel Aviv’s LGBTQ Pride
Neil Patrick Says That He Is Not a Gay Icon at the Tel Aviv’s LGBTQ Pride

The official international ambassador of the Gay Pride Parade of Tel Aviv, Neil Patrick Harris said that he did not have any interest in being a gay icon. The popular TV Star arrived with his husband, the Chef and actor David Burtka, to represent the annual celebration of the famous Pride Celebrations in Tel Aviv, during its famous gay friendly scene.

Although Harris is known to be affiliated with many gay related advocacy groups, he says that he hardly considers himself to be a symbol of the gay community. Harris is known to have two children via surrogacy. He said that he was just a gay who married another man and has kids, they live their own lives. He said that he would be saying as normally as it appeared to be. He mentioned that he thought the term normal to be a very subjective term in the gay community.

The actor said that he did not have any interest in representing or standing as an ambassador for anything except for his children.

In Tel Aviv, the Gay Pride Parade is known to be the biggest event of its type that typically attracts nearly 250,000 people, not only from Israel but also from different parts of the world every year in the colorful march and party in the beach side.

Over the years, Israel has emerged to be one of the best gay friendly countries in the world and also the best travel destination for gay couples. Tel Aviv is particularly noted for its gay friendly lifestyle in comparison to the rest of the countries in the Middle East where the LGBT culture is not accepted or persecuted by the people.

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