There's an article about Michael Sam on the Drudge Report right now. Him crying the blues how the NFL rejected him for being gay.
What a fool he was. When he was selected for the NFL, did he play it smart and be low key?
He got on camera crying and hugging and kissing his boyfriend when he got the call.
When are people going to ever learn?
But...of course it's all the NFL's fault for being homophobic.
If I've learned anything about being attracted to the same sex around straight people, it's this. Most straight guys are actually pretty cool with it. They just don't want to see it or have it flaunted in their face.
Hell...a lot of straight people aren't really that crazy about seeing straight couples showing public affection. It just makes them uncomfortable. Get a room!
But part of the liberal agenda is to make everyone desensitized. It's not enough to make inroads about civil rights. Liberals have this idea the world is moving left with them. Well...surprise...it's not.
I repeat...when are people ever going to learn?
I think Sam might have had a better chance if he had played it smarter.
(of course...every time anyone drops something and goes to bend over to get it...they always turn to face you first...not being ugly..just something I've noticed over the years)