Men and trucks...are sexy. I love my truck. There’s just something about having all my windows down and country music playing. You’re winding on these back roads. With the trees and the breeze. It’s just beautiful. There’s just something about it. Something I definitely enjoy.
To take the best truck selfie…I just hit a part with some good sun. Then I catch myself in the mirror and I’m like, “Oh. I look good. I have to take a picture.” It’s awful. I do selfies and drive, but all of my pictures are usually at a stop sign. I know fans have concerns about that.
Fans from farms that want to be models should…keep a positive attitude and never stop trying. I’ve been applying for modeling positions. I tried for Ford and Wilhelmina. Sent photos. They are looking for something specific. You might not get it the first time. It doesn’t mean you should give up or you can’t do it. You have to keep trying. And personality is everything.
My fans…really great, loyal fans. If anyone says anything negative about me, they are always there to have my back. I don’t have to say anything. I love my fans. I interact with them a lot. Which is why I think they like me so much. I like to talk to them, to hear what they have to say. I look forward to reading all of their comments.
Wright strikes a pose in a series of truck selfies. Check them out in the gallery below. The interview concludes after the jump.
Charlotte Pride…was great. I’ve only been to one other pride in Pittsburg. It was when I first came out, so, I was a little weary about everything. You’re just like watching and observing. It was awesome to be in the middle of the parade. The fans were amazing. I guess they haven’t had a Pride in 20 years. The turnout for it was spectacular. Just the support of people that came out to support the gay community was amazing. Jon and I have gotten a lot of support from fans. Which surprised me because I’m fairly new.
Gay pride…is important. I’ve been through a lot. I lived in West Virginia. It feels like we are a little behind the times. Being gay is definitely not something you flaunt around in this area. It’s very religious here. I’ve been in relationships with girls. I feel like I can finally express who I am and who I want to be and not have to look back and be afraid, thinking about what people are going to think of me or what’s my family going to think. I have a lot of pride in myself, being the person I want to be and being the person I should be. Not being someone else.
My mom…My mom is the most important person in my life. You go through that stage when you don’t know who you are or where you’re going. What you’re supposed to be doing. You are brought up one way but you feel another way. She would always be there to listen to me and comfort me. She is a very important part of who I am. We have so much fun together. We get tattoos together. We get in the car, go shopping, roll down the windows, and turn on some hip hop music. She’s been there to help me with everything. The first set of pictures I had taken were by my mother.
In five years…I would really love to get into some kind of fashion. I have always wanted to model. I would love to get into some runway or high fashion. It seems like fun. It’s a hard thing to get into. Especially in West Virginia. This opportunity (with AC) has opened doors for me. I will always be faithful and loyal to the people at AC. They were the people that found me. I appreciate that more than anything.
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