Who is danny pintauro dating
(Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./Wire Image)Actor Danny Pintauro, father John Pintauro, and mother Margaret Pintauro attend the 57th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade on November 7, 1988 at KTLA Studios in Hollywood, California.(Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./Wire Image)Actors Gordon Thomson and Danny Pintauro attending the party for 'ABC Talent Development Program' on February 23, 1984 at Tavern on the Green in New York City, New York.But there is still a widespread misconception of bondage and BDSM — thanks in part to E. James’ cringe-worthy franchise — so Pintauro’s statements run the risk perpetuating the idea that kinky people (the people who enjoy getting dominated, and the people who enjoy dominating them) are all depraved drug users, and not to be trusted. It would be silly to say that kinky people everywhere don't do drugs, because of course some do.But BDSM is not implicitly a bad road that leads to problems.-- told Oprah Winfrey during Saturday's episode of "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" that he was diagnosed with the virus in 2003 but has waited until now to go public with the news."I wanted to tell you this a long time ago, but I wasn't ready -- I'm ready now -- that I'm HIV positive, and I have been for 12 years," Pintauro, 39, told Winfrey. It's not something that people are talking about right now really."READ MORE: Former 'Who's the Boss?Mona (Katherine Helmond) was Angela's mother., (Photo by Bob D'Amico/ABC via Getty Images) Pintauro explained that he was initially worried that the diagnosis would mean that he would have trouble starting a romantic relationship.In 2014, Pintauro married Wil Tabares, whom he met after his diagnosis.
Danny’s grandmother Sophie was born in New Jersey, to parents from Poland. Sillcocks (the son of Frank Sillcocks and Elizabeth M.).
Danny’s mother has English, Czech or Slovak, and some Yugoslavian ancestry.
Danny’s father is of half Italian and half Polish descent.
And the person that I find, who I think is just gorgeous, and oh my god, it’s like, perfect. But surely he is not saying that “the rougher things” — BDSM (bondage, domination, sadism, and masochism) — are a “dark road” that leads to big problems like drug addiction?
I’m giving Pintauro the benefit of the doubt here, because I think he is trying to deliver a good message, one of HIV education and the reality of widespread meth addiciton in the gay community (even if some of his statements about how he contracted the virus are a bit suspect).