Tag Archives: sports

HomoQuotable – Sheryl Swoopes

“Since my coming out, I’ve gotten letters from parents who have said, ‘Thank you for what you have done in coming out and helping me better understand how to deal with my daughter, or even my son.’ Those parents with gay kids are asking themselves, how did this happen to my child? How did they turn out this way? Of ...

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Scrumtious

I was just tipped off by a reader about a LaChapelle-esque ad campaign that the Regional Tourism Committee of Paris has launched in London in a bid to draw visitors to the Rugby World Cup. Embiggen for the kissy hawtness.

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Peanuts, Cracker Jack, Prostates

From the sports site Bugs & Cranks: The National League is abuzz over the early performance of the 22-10 Milwaukee Brewers. Apparently, they’re not satisfied to kick ass, they want to be elbow deep in it. The Crew is offering free rectal exams at Miller Park on Tuesday, giving free tickets to men who let Freddie Fingers touch their anus. ...

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LGBT Athletes To Speak At Final Four

The Human Right Campaign, Nike, ESPN, and the Women’s Sports Foundation are jointly hosting a discussion panel on LGBT athletes at the NCAA Final Four competition in Atlanta on Friday. Openly gay athletes expected to appear include former NBA star John Amaechi, former pro baseballer Billy Bean, former NFL players Esera Tuaolo and Dave Kopay, and others. The press release ...

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Back To The Car Wash

“It is inappropriate for him to be representing us given the disparity between his views and ours,” NBA Commissioner David Stern, announcing that former Miami Heat star Tim Hardaway was being removed from All-Star Weekend activities. Yesterday, Hardaway effectively ended his sportscasting ambitions by saying on sports radio, “I hate gay people, so I let it be known. I don’t ...

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NBA Owner: An Out Gay Player Would Be A Rich Hero

“From a marketing perspective, if you’re a player who happens to be gay and you want to be incredibly rich, then you should come out, because it would be the best thing that ever happened to you from a marketing and an endorsement perspective. You would be an absolute hero to more Americans than you can ever possibly be as ...

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