Carter, 21 and a Weber State theater education student, has been a volunteer at OUTreach and is proud to call himself the first openly gay contestant on “The Biggest Loser.”
“Jackson thinks it’s a very positive thing,” said Marian Edmonds, OUTreach executive director. “He came home over the holidays, and someone here asked him how it feels to be out and gay on the show. We won’t really know until we see the show, but he feels like he will be presented in a positive way as a gay person. He feels very supported.”
We're proud of Jackson's longtime volunteerism at OUTreach Resource Centers, read more about his participation on "The Biggest Loser" here.
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