Zachary Quinto has been the helping hand for celebrities who are still in the closet.
Having been out of the closet for a long time now as well as in a long-term relationship with boyfriend Miles McMillan, Quinto admitted that there have been "a couple" of celebrities who've come to him for advice about themselves. On Sunday, On Top Magazine posted details from the actor's interview with Attitude.
With only so much he can do, Quinto said that he just talked to them about what he went through while adding gentle words of wisdom.
"I just share my experience and say, 'This is how it went down for me, this is how I feel,'" the actor said. "I tell them, 'Trust that even if it means you're not as famous, or even if it means it's not exactly what you thought it would be, it's still more valuable when you're assessing your life at the end of that.'"
The 38-year-old then dished on how there's nothing wrong with someone who wants to have sex in the way he or she prefers just as long as there's safety involved.
"Have as much sex as you want, and any way you want to have it, as long as you're accountable to the person you're engaging with," Quinto said via Digital Spy. "I don't think, frankly, that's a controversial thing to say."