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The nerdy twunk of ‘Survivor 44’ is quite the sneaky game-player—and gay fans are divided

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A post shared by Carson Garrett (@carson.garrett)As RuPaul’s Drag Race enters its home stretch, the gays’ other favorite reality series about outwitting, outplaying, and outlasting the competition is just heating up.That’s right, we’re talking Survivor 44, which has quickly proven itself to be highly entertaining season of television and also just so happens to have one of the show’s most LGBTQ+-inclusive casts ever.

Coincidence? We think not.While we’re going to keep on rooting for the queer survivors (we must protect Yam Yam and Carolyn at all costs), there’s one other contestant who’s gotten a lot of attention from Gay Twitter™ in particular: 20-year old NASA engineering student Carson Garrett.Don’t let the glasses fool you, this self-proclaimed “space nerd” is a secret twunk: A post shared by Carson Garrett (@carson.garrett)It’s giving Tom Holland, no?*Spoilers ahead for Survivor 44 up through episode 4.*To recap Carson’s journey so far, he started off as part of the Tika tribe, which took an early blow when member Bruce was injured in the initial challenge and pulled from the competition.

In the second episode, Tika was sent to Tribal Council, and Carson made a last-second flip—aligning himself with the aforementioned Yam Yam and Carolyn—proving he was in it to win it.In the most recent episode, Carson was one of three sent to Advantage Island where he was gifted an immunity idol that would last until merger, but also told he’d have to switch tribes, shipping off to Ratu.

At his new home, Carson made some smart connections (while throwing his previous Tika alliance under the bus) and then helped his team to a win in the Immunity Challenge, ensuring he’d survive another day.The latest season of “Survivor” premiered.

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