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In last night's episode, Varner — an openly gay former news anchor from North Carolina — revealed Smith's gender identity in the hopes of getting Smith voted off instead of himself.
Varner told host Jeff Probst, Varner's methods backfired, as fellow cast members immediately criticized him for revealing personal information about Smith. Varner protested, saying he argues for transgender rights in his home state and didn't mean any harm. But in an essay written for The Hollywood Reporter, Smith opened up about the experience of being outed against his will in such a high-profile way.“I'm not wild about you knowing that I'm trans,” Smith began.