BooksToo many to name.
HeroesMy parents, and people who made a big impact in my life and others who have supported me all the way through it.
- Jun 10, 2009 10:30 PM If I am at the top of your list..
- Feb 5, 2008 2:31 PM COMING OUT TO YOUR PARENTS...
- Apr 25, 2007 11:06 PM From the LA Times... "why do straights hate gays"
- Mar 21, 2007 1:19 AM Vote for clinton
- Mar 8, 2007 11:43 PM Gay, Bi, Lesb, St8, white , latin, black, asian, Euro. U PICK
About me:Hi everybody! Thanks for visiting my myspace. I hope you find it nice and enjoy it! well, I came to LBSU from Santa Monica College where I lettered two years in volleyball. I prepped at St. Bernard’s High School in Playa del Rey, Calif. where I was a four-year letterwinner.I earned my degree in Speech Communications at Long Beach State in the summer of 1999. From 1999-2001, I served as a volunteer assistant coach. I was named a full-time assistant coach in the summer of 2001. As an assistant coach, I worked to improve player technique and skills. This summer I led my “17 Open” squad to a silver medal in the Junior Olympics in Atlanta, and in 1999 I was the head coach for Club Long Beach and led that team to an appearance at the U.S. Junior Olympics in New Orleans, Louisiana.A two-year letterwinner for the 49ers, I appeared in 13 matches and 28 games my senior year. I came to LBSU from Santa Monica College where I lettered two years in volleyball. I prepped at St. Bernard’s High School in Playa del Rey, Calif. where I was a four-year letterwinner. I earned my degree in Speech Communications at Long Beach State in the summer of 1999. ============================================= and here's is my coming out story aaaah') J.P. Calderon, star of Survivor: Cook Islands, comes out to Instinct Magazine in an exclusive interview that lands him the cover of the publication's February swimsuit issue. Instinct Editor In Chief Mike Wood conducted J.P.'s heartfelt coming out interview as The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency crew followed the two of them around the set of the cover shoot. The first half of the two-part episode airs on Oxygen this Wednesday, January 24, at 10 p.m. "It's not every day somebody gets slapped in the face with a major magazine like Instinct, Janice Dickinson, her TV show," says Calderon. "I think I'm just supposed to do this!" Calderon has now signed with Janice Dickinson's agency. "It wasn't until last year when my dad died that I did Survivor, I said yes to Janice Dickinson, to [Instinct]. I'm coming out and I'm living." As for his new boss, Calderon reveals to Instinct, "We started a little bit butting heads, but I love Janice Dickinson. I want everyone to know, she is the coolest person in the world." Instinct also interviews notorious night owl Tara Reid in the February issue. "All my best friends in the world are gay!" Tara exclaims. "They're my favorite people in the nation. They dress me nice." Calling from an alleyway in Amsterdam on her cell phone, Reid shared her thoughts on filming her latest film, Incubus, in Romania: "It's a beaten-up country. You feel like, if you could take helicopters and, like, throw shampoo over the whole country and a little bit of rain - it would look beautiful." Other features in February's Instinct include the recurring "Life Of Me" series, this time focusing on one man's life as a little person, and a humorous story about the choice a writer had to make when his boyfriend grew allergic to their cat. Additionally, interviews with Reno 911's Niecy Nash, Sean Maguire of CBS's The Class and Mr. Gay International 2006, Nathan Shaked, appear in theissue. ..
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Dating, Serious Relationships, Friends
- Hometown: santa monica
- Orientation: Gay
- Body type: Athletic
- Ethnicity: Latino / Hispanic
- Religion: Catholic
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Smoke / Drink: No / Yes
- Education: Grad / professional school
- Occupation: model/actor/reality star/pro volleyball coach
- Income: $100,000 to $150,000
A MEMBER OF THE JDMA AND I LOV IT THERE!