No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible.
Let me ask straights and gays a question.....who gives a good God Damn what you do in the bedroom? Insofar as benfits and financial matters are concerned, i understand and support the desire for equality in relationships. But as far as every night muff diving or **** snorkling go.....what makes you think what you eat makes you special?
Just ponder that for a moment.......
Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life
As someone who works with a large number of gay men, I can vouch for the major contributions they give to society. Its because of their keen eye for throw pillows and color schemes that has made my condo look absolutely fabulous. Huzzah to them
This ayenbajoyh (sp?) guy is really starting to get on my nerves. I'm cool with the gay rights thing, but to insinuate that the reason you were cut was because you were outspoken, crosses the line. Maybe it's because you are a 36 year old, 3rd string linebacker.
http://espn.go.com/blog/afcnorth/pos...ejo-over-viewsAyanbadejo attempted to squelch this story by saying on Twitter that he was misquoted in the Newsday article:
Dick Cass and the @ravens had my back all year. Why would I say I was cut cuz my views? Makes no sense.
I hate it when people use the "i was misquoted" line, but at least he's admitting he wasnt cut because of his views...albeit after he dug himself in a hole.
Straight people don't have to 'come out'. Straight athletes don't have to hide their relationship from the media. They don't have to worry about being photographed holding hands with their boyfriend like what Magic Johnson's son just had to recently go through. Anyone who thinks these people should continue living their life in secrecy & shame because some small-minded old guys & religious zealots have a problem with it just don't get it, & history will show that these people just didn't get it.
The ideal situation is that when/if these guys come out the media doesn't carry the story because your sexuality shouldn't news. Telling us that one guy is gay is just a ridiculous as telling us another guy is straight.
Hiding something is not a good way to get it accepted by society.
ďIím somewhat disappointed that more African Americans donít think for themselves and just go with whatever theyíre supposed to say and think."
- Dr. Benjamin Carson
Also I have to think you're being supremely disingenuous with your boyscout example. You honestly expect me to believe that the only problem you'd have with gay boy-scout masters is that they'd talk about it? Let's be real. You'd have no problem with a boy-scout master bringing his wife along for the camping trip, but I highly doubt you'd be okay with a boy-scout master bringing along his husband for the camping trip.
As long as they don't talk about it, right? See, in reality it's not just about them discussing their sexuality, it's about them hiding it completely.
I thought the boyscouts already let gays in....