No, I'm not going to publish the photo - although he looks a heck of a lot more groomed and self-respecting on the cover of People magazine than he did in photos announcing the birth of his son.
Clay Aiken, squeaky-clean Idol and self-professed Christian, has outed himself. He says he's going to be an honest dad.
Bilge and nonsense.
Look, Clay. Being gay isn't morally heroic. Self-denial is.
I feel sort of sorry for you, and always have done. You're cute as a bug, you had a rotten rap of male role models, and you're manifestly a mama's boy - it's a dangerous combination.
But, honey, you need to face facts. Being gay isn't set in concrete. The ancient Corinthians were gay and then some - and they converted to Christianity and gave up the pagan-associated behaviors (look at Paul's letters to the Corinthians - "Such WERE some of you - but you have been bought!")
Give it up. Make friends with some strong and decent straight guys who can teach you how to grow a pair.
Learn what real honesty is.