A percentage of Reichen jewelry sales of Flying Naked go to Servicemember's Legal Defense Network, the watchdog military organization that Reichen is the spokesperson.
He has an ongoing feud with Perez Hilton, about some accusations Perez made about Reichen ingesting drugs.
Reichen's autobiography is named "Here's What We'll Say", and he gives an explicit detail about his times in the United States Air Force.
Reichen is a gay rights advocate.
He is the host of Coming out with Reichen an internet radio show.
Reichen and Lance Bass split on January of 2007.
Reichen designs for a jewelry line called Flying Naked.
After he and former couple Chip Arndt won The Amazing Race fourth season they split up; Reichen moved to Texas shortly.
Reichen once worked simultaneously as a physics teacher at Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences and as flight instructor.
Reichen is a former model.
Reichen graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1996.
Reichen achieved the rank of Captain in the United States Air Force.
Reichen is the spokeperson for the organization Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, that is a non-profit watchdog organization in the United States for the army forces.
Reichen is openly gay.
Reichen is the former boyfriend of N'SYNC singer Lance Bass.
Reichen Lehmkuhl (Talking about his feud with celebrity gossip columnist Perez Hilton): It is not clear how the lawsuit will be structured, but we are committed... the goal of this lawsuit is to result in the stopping of your name being used in connections with untruth and gossip on the internet that obviously damage/ruin your name/reputation and lessen your ability to be successful in your profession.
Reichen Lehmkuhl (Defending his relation with Lance Bass about it was only a publicity stunt): If I were actually that type of person, I wouldn't even want to be alive... it would have to be a miserable existence.
Reichen Lehmkuhl (Talking about his difficult times in the Air force because of his sexuality): One of the hardest things for me to reconcile was the fact that I was completely open with my family and friends but I faced the very real possibility of being court martialed and going to jail, if I was open with my "work" colleagues.
Reichen Lehmhukl (Explaining his motive of departure of the Air Force): The don't ask don't tell policy is so contradictory to what the Air Force and all the armed forces stand for. They say they are all about honor, integrity and honesty but they force you to lie in order to serve your country.
Reichen Lehmkuhl (Talking about what he believed that let him won The Amazing Race): Discipline and strategy are in my blood and it just carried over to the show and put us over the top.