Pierce told The Huffington Post he doesn't plan to press charges against his parents. They haven't spoken to him since the incident but left him a voicemail asking him to take down the video he posted, which he refused to do.
Pierce told ON WXIA: "It still happens. A lot of people don't realize that it happens. ... if one family maybe watches it and maybe changes their mind in how they are going to handle it about their son or daughter coming out, one family changes their mind and I will be happy."
Pierce plans to stay in his hometown of Kennesaw, Georgia and continue with classes at Georgia Highlands College.