Now he is, and he has shared this openly in a statement on Instagram which tries to explain his journey, the torment with family, and the stress of federal indictments — now dropped — after the former congressman was photographed in an intimate embrace with a guy at the Coachella music festival. Critics accused him of hypocrisy in what has almost become a cliche of the closeted Republican politician who voted and postured against LGBTQ rights. Schock fit that mold: While representing Peoria, Ill. He was age 29 then, and should have known better.
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Former Representative Aaron Schock at a gay club in Mexico city
Aaron Schock: Ex-Illinois Congressman comes out as gay after resigning
Representative for Illinois's 18th congressional district from until The district is based in Peoria and includes part of Springfield. He was the first member of the U. Congress born in the s; when he took his seat in he was the youngest member of Congress. Schock resigned from Congress in March amid a scandal involving his use of public and campaign funds. A subsequent congressional ethics investigation "revealed that he used taxpayer money to fund lavish trips and events". Schock was born in Morris, Minnesota ,  the youngest of the four children  of Janice Marie nee Joos ,  a homemaker, and Richard Schock, a family practice physician and former school board member.
Anti-Gay Ex-Congressman Aaron Schock Allegedly Filmed Putting Money in Go-Go Boy's Underwear
Former Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock announced on Thursday that he is gay, explaining his journey toward self-acceptance in an emotional, apologetic and at times defensive statement. Schock, 38, confirmed the news to local Illinois newspaper Peoria Journal Star. He posted a statement about coming out to his social media and his website. I wanted my mother, my father, my sisters, my brother, and my closest friends to hear it from me first.
During his time in Congress, representing a Republican district in Illinois, Mr Schock voted against a bill to amend federal hate crime laws to include crimes on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender and disability. I realise that some of my political positions run very much counter to the mainstream of the LGBTQ movement, and I respect them for those differences. In the post Mr Schock talks candidly about his conservative, religious upbringing in Minnesota and Illinois, how he put off directly acknowledging his sexuality by becoming driven to succeed at a young age. He was elected to the Illinois state legislature at the age of