The actor, who was recently named in the Huffington Post’s Best of the Best list, recently revealed to The Hindu that he is a gay man and that his sexuality is not the result of being born with a penis.

“It’s been an incredible experience to be in a group that I’ve been in the forefront of for a long time,” said the actor, whose real name is Jonathan Goldstone.

“I’m really proud of the fact that I’m in the best company in the world.

I’m very proud of that.”

Goldstein, who starred in the HBO series HBO’s “The Night Manager”, told the magazine that he has been in a very positive and supportive environment with the gay community since he first came out as gay in 2013.

“There’s a lot of acceptance,” he said.

“You don’t have to hide anything.”

He went on to say that he thinks the community has learned that being out in a supportive environment, where people can relate to you and you don’t necessarily have to come out to everybody, is a lot more beneficial for a person than having to come to terms with their sexuality.

The actor said he believes that it is a good thing for gay men to feel like they are part of a community and that it gives them a platform to be part of something bigger.

“That’s one of the things that I think has helped me.

That’s one thing that I love.

That I’m so lucky to be able to be a part of this community and have that support.”

The actor also said that he doesn’t think the world is as accepting as it should be for gay people, and that he feels it is important for the community to get more visibility and acceptance.

“To me, being gay and being a part, being an actor is one of those things where there’s no one in the room that is really judging you.

I’ve always wanted to be accepted for who I am, and I’ve never really felt like I was that,” he told The Hindu.

“If you think about the last couple of years, it seems like the LGBT community has been so maligned and misunderstood and vilified in a lot a way.

I think it’s just really important that people know that this is a part and parcel of who I really am.”