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Ideally, I agree with you that a person's sexuality is nobody's business and doesn't need to be public. But, there is a long, long history of discrimination and persecution behind this. It's like saying: "Who cares if Jesse Owens was Black? So what, he was just a great athlete who happened to be Black. What significance does that have to me?" Well, maybe it doesn't matter to you, but it does matter to a LOT of other people. Sorry you could give a **CENSORED**.
If this thread is anywhere near representative of society as a whole, ignorance is running rampant!! Sad day!!
Quote from: Hate on March 27, 2013, 07:00:57 PMIf this thread is anywhere near representative of society as a whole, ignorance is running rampant!! Sad day!!I think it is....which is why I don't think there is any chance an openly gay man is excepted in an NFL locker room. Call me crazy.
a homosexual guy in a NFL locker room with a bunch of naked dudes, his dream come true, but in all seriousness i don't think your sexual orientation should be brought up in sports, sports should not be mixed with your personal life.
Agreed. I've been watching football for 20+ years now and I follow it closer than most, and yet I only know what 3 or 4 "NFL wifes" look like. It's just not a part of the game, it doesn't matter. If a player has a girl waiting at home or a boy.....doesn't matter, doesn't change anything, and it doesn't need to be brought up at work.