Entertainment Survivor Fans React to Zeke Smith Being Outed as Transgender: 'Horrifying & Moving & Beautiful All in One'

16:41  13 april  2017
16:41  13 april  2017 Source:   People

Property owned by ‘Survivor’ winner Richard Hatch sold at tax sale in Nova Scotia

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PENs Survivor Fan Forum Reacts to Zeke Being Outed as Transgender . Coming Out As Transgender To Strangers. Jeff Varner Talks ' Survivor : Game Changers'.

Zeke Smith was outed as transgender by fellow contestant Jeff Varner in a shocking episode of Survivor : Game Changer on Wednesday, April 12. During a charged tribal council on the show that sees previous seasons returning to the competition

After Wednesday's shocking and emotional episode of Survivor, fans of the hit show took social media by storm to react to Zeke Smith being outed as transgender by fellow contestant Jeff Varner.

Fans were outraged by Varner's decision, but praised Smith for the way he handled the situation, calling him a "shining star of a human being."

"Zeke is the strongest Survivor I've ever seen," wrote one fan. "That tribal was horrifying & moving & beautiful all in one."

Another fan said the episode was "painful yet beautiful" and left them "speechless."

"Love is so important! Acceptance of everyone is important."

'Survivor' Fans Will Be Livid for Zeke After 'Culturally Relevant' Episode

  'Survivor' Fans Will Be Livid for Zeke After 'Culturally Relevant' Episode Tonight's episode of "Survivor: Game Changers" will get ugly, and very personal, with one castaway blindsiding another in a new way -- outing him as transgender. At least the story has a happy ending for Zeke Smith, who told People the April 12 drama serves as a reminder that "hate will always lose." Season 34, Episode 6, "What Happened on Exile, Stays on Exile," has this synopsis from CBS: "What Happened on Exile, Stays on Exile" - Emotions run high when the game begins to take a toll on one tribe, and castaways try to pull their way to safety at a physical immunity challenge." The promo for this episode suggests the castaways are hitting "a breaking point." It's possible the tribe taking the biggest toll is the newly created Nuku tribe, with Ozzy, Tai, Zeke, Jeff, Sarah, Andrea, and now Debbie. Nuku just voted out Queen Sandra Diaz-Twine, blindsiding the angry Jeff Varner. Host/producer Jeff Probst was very careful in his wording when promoting this episode to Entertainment Weekly : The huge threats keep on falling. What can you tease up for next week, sir! One of the best things about the Survivor format is that it allows the show to remain culturally relevant no matter how long it's been on and I think it's a fair statement to say that's the case next week. Culturally relevant. As it turns out, that relevance is "Millennials vs.

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Exclusive. Outed as Transgender on Reality TV: Survivor 's Zeke Smith Says 'I Just Wanted to Be Known for My Game'. “I didn’t want to be the ‘first transgender Survivor contestant,’ ” Smith says in the current issue of PEOPLE.

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