The Mr Gay World competition is fast approaching, May 21 will see the global competitors head to Knysna in South Africa for the chance to be crowned with the desired title.
Australia’s Jordan Bruno is set for the adventure, yet hesitant at the same time.
“I have so many fears, doubts and insecurities heading into this competition,” Jordan explained.
“I’m doubting whether I have done enough to deserve my spot and if I will be able to represent Australia well enough, but I promise I will only strive to do good things regardless of the result.”
Despite Jordan’s hesitations, the public vote section of the competition is confident Jordan deserves the title.
Jordan has long been a campaigner for LGBT rights in his home country. During the same-sex marriage plebiscite vote last year, the activist and ambassador could be seen popping up all over the country lending his voice to the ‘Yes’ vote campaign.
The former My Kitchen Rules semi-finalist has also released a digital cookbook with all proceeds going to LGBT charities who focus on youth suicide.
Jordan also runs an LGBT cooking school that also serves a networking and support group for LGBT kids.
Representing Australia, Jordan will take his social work and positive attitude to an international level to help support the LGBT community on a global level through his charitable work.
“Being gay is something to be proud of, and I am hoping as a group we can promote that to the world,” Jordan said of the upcoming competition.
Jordan is only just ahead of Mexico and New Zealand’s Ricky Devine-White in the public vote, you can vote for your favourite (Jordan Bruno) in the online public vote section of Mr Gay World Public competition here.