O famoso ator de filmes adultos gay, Jessie Colter, utilizou as redes sociais para compartilhar com os seguidores que em fevereiro foi diagnosticado com um “tipo incurável de câncer no cérebro”.

“No dia dos namorados deste ano [comemorado em fevereiro nos Estados Unidos], fui diagnosticado com um tipo incurável de câncer no cérebro. Obviamente, fiquei chocado, mas já havia tantas coisas negativas acontecendo na minha vida ao mesmo tempo que não consegui lidar e falar com ninguém sobre isso imediatamente”, relata Jessie.

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O ator continua o relato, afirmando que: “Entendo que muitos de vocês vão tentar me ajudar, ou me dizem que há algum tipo de tratamento disponível, mas, como eu disse antes, peço gentilmente que não. Por favor, não fique triste ou chateado por mim. Eu já fiz as pazes com isso. O que eu preciso agora mais que lágrimas e simpatia são sorrisos e felicidade. O que eu preciso agora é me sentir bem e me sentir amado, rindo e passando tempo com as pessoas de quem gosto”.

Jessie acrescenta que “minha vida ainda não acabou. Ainda há tempo para fazer novas memórias. Assim, apesar de ontem ter sido meu aniversário de 38 anos, pretendo ter mais aniversários para comemorar, além de outras ocasiões alegres pelas quais estou ansioso. Apenas saiba que estou bem. Eu não estou assustado. Eu não estou triste. Estou apenas fazendo o meu melhor com o que me resta.

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Hey everybody! I’ve struggled with making this post for awhile now. So…. here it goes. What I’m about to tell you all will probably evoke a strong reaction. If it does, feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section below. BUT PLEASE UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DIRECTLY MESSAGE ME OR ANYONE IN MY FAMILY. I WILL REACH OUT TO YOU IF I SO CHOOSE. PLEASE RESPECT THIS REQUEST. THANK YOU❤️ On Valentine’s Day this year I was diagnosed with an incurable kind of brain cancer. Obviously I was stunned, but there were already so many negative things happening in my life at the same time that I couldn’t deal with talking to anyone about this right away. The reason I waited this long was because, between then and now, things were either really good or really bad in my life, and I didn’t want to make things worse or diminish the good times. What I learned from all this is that there is never a good time. I understand that a lot of you are going to reach out to try and help me, or tell me that there’s some sort of treatment available, but like I said before, I kindly ask that you don’t. Please don’t be sad or upset for me. I’ve already made peace with this. What I need now more then tears and sympathy is smiles and happiness. What I need now is feeling good and feeling loved, laughing and spending time with people who I care about. I need to make everyday count, because it is undetermined exactly how much time I have left. I could be around for a couple of years or couple of decades, but I need to be realistic. I’ve lived an incredible life, a life most people dream of having, and for that I am very fortunate and grateful. But my life isn’t over yet. There’s still time to make new memories. So even though yesterday was my 38th birthday, I plan on having more birthdays to celebrate as well as other joyous occasions that I very much look forward to. Just know that I am OK. I am not scared. I am not sad. I’m just doing my best with what I’ve got left. That’s all we can do. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I love you all.

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