There are some seriously sick people out in this world and on PSD. Why so many of you have a problem with gay players, or gay people in general, amazes me. Clearly zero life experience and living under a rock. There's nothing wrong with gay people. Players, and people, need to get over it, just because the guy is gay and is looking at you or is attracted to you doesn't mean he's going to **** you. Get over yourselves.
Culliver is an uneducated idiot, like so many other people. He can have his opinion, he can voice it, but what he says and feels is still stupid and wrong. Why this **** is still an issue, I have no idea.
By some peoples logic, you should never have a male doctor touch a female or examine them because hell they may not be able to resist jumping on them.
That is some horrible *** logic
I agree with his sentiment to an extent but felt he expressed it in a terrible manner. I really think it needs to be a "don't ask, don't tell" policy. Just keep it to yourself and nobody will care. You can't blame people for not being accepting of it.
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They have to do it for their own good in maintaining and advancing their careers (as I have said three times now), as well as for the good of their teammates and their organizations. It will only be a distraction. Sure, ideally, we would like to say it wouldn't be, but it would be. It could get better over time, but it will never be perfectly okay for many heterosexual males to have a homosexual male(s) in the locker room with them. There is a stigma (and a warranted one) there that will never go away.
Example dude with domestic abuse against boyfriend.
He's gay as **** but no one in his locker room even ****ing knew.
You stupid ignorant ****s fail to realize there have been gay men in the locker room before... It's uneducated, foolish people who make it so there can't be an openly gay player in the nfl.
But it sure as hell isn't going to stop gay men from playing football and being in their locker room.
Id like to see this Culliver guy back in times where no one wanted anything to do with black people. "Yer we dont want ***** on this team, cant have that".
One day homosexuality will be something you can be open about and homophobia will be something you have to hide out of shame.
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