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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:35 PM

Stings. Good one.

Pure oppression. Here you guys are offending what your defending.

I bet you drive a 99 Subaru Forester with a bunch of bumper stickers.

I drive a 3/4 ton diesel truck that sprays coal fumes everywhere. I own firearms. I'm heterosexual.

I don't have to be a liberal or a hippie or a homosexual to believe in equality.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:26 PM

Women are naturally more comfortable with that kind of stuff.  That's why they have slumber parties when their little.  That's why they do their make up....to look good for other women.  They want other women to envy their haircuts and stuff like that.  Guys aren't like that.  It's called testosterone.   Why don't you go look it up.  Look up the differences in brain chemistry in men and women.  It's why most guys think the same girls are hot.
 
Btw...stop with the old "it's so sad" line.  Nothing is sad here.  The only thing that is sad is that you actually think it's sad.  So to all you men who would prefer not to be forced to be naked in front of gay guys.....all of you are sad. (sarcasm).   I'm curious are you crying over it? Is it that sad?  Are you wanting to start a non profit org over it?  Is it that sad?  Is it "blood diamond" sad?  You should get all your buddies together and start an awareness movement.  Maybe a brown ribbon.
 
Give me a break.


After using a gym locker room for decades, I can't remember giving this issue a second thought until now.
 
It is safe to say that any man who regularly uses a locker room to shower has been seen naked by homosexual men. It isn't plausible for it to be otherwise.

Question:  Will professional football players act at least as mature as MS's teammates from the SEC?
 
Answer:  Yes they will.

Why? Because these guys are getting paid big bucks to play a game. They are lucky and they know it. 
 
On the off chance there is a player who makes an issue of it, they'll soon be out of a job.

 

Why?  Because the NFL is not going to allow this issue to derail their money making machine.

Don't take my word for it, DWill said it best:
 

DeAngelo Williams @DeAngeloRB

I could care less about a man's sexual preference! i care about winning games and being respectful in the locker room!
5:06 PM - 9 Feb 2014



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:29 PM

I drive a 3/4 ton diesel truck that sprays coal fumes everywhere. I own firearms. I'm heterosexual.

I don't have to be a liberal or a hippie or a homosexual to believe in equality.

 

I never said anything about equality.  I believe in equality for everyone. My soon to be sister in law is gay.  My uncle was gay (rip Preston), and they are/were just wonderful people and super funny. I have a friend I've known for 10 years and when I met him he was married and had kids.  A couple of years back he came out and he's married to a black guy now happy as ever...I was happy for him.  I love him to death, my opinion has never changed and I was never inclined to not be his friend.

 

There should be equality for everyone.  There's just some awkward logistics in a sports environment when it comes mixing gays with straights, not because of equality....but just simply the nature of a gay guys sexual orientation creates friction.

 

Maybe the best thing for the NFL to do is to have individual rooms and showers for players.  I'm ok with that. A gay guy wants to play football...great....let him play.  Having to share showers with a gay man has nothing to do with equality though.  If anything it's an infringement on rights



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:31 PM

blacks are people and i'm just fine with them and all but honestly if we integrate them into the military with whites there's just going to be all sorts of problems so honestly, and i say this as someone who has no problems with blacks, why not just keep them separate to keep the peace?



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:34 PM

I never said anything about equality. I believe in equality for everyone. My soon to be sister in law is gay. My uncle was gay (rip Preston), and they are/were just wonderful people and super funny. I have a friend I've known for 10 years and when I met him he was married and had kids. A couple of years back he came out and he's married to a black guy now happy as ever...I was happy for him. I love him to death, my opinion has never changed and I was never inclined to not be his friend.

There should be equality for everyone. There's just some awkward logistics in a sports environment when it comes mixing gays with straights, not because of equality....but just simply the nature of a gay guys sexual orientation creates friction.

Maybe the best thing for the NFL to do is to have individual rooms and showers for players. I'm ok with that. A gay guy wants to play football...great....let him play. Having to share showers with a gay man has nothing to do with equality though. If anything it's an infringement on rights


This has to be a troll. You can't possibly be this stupid.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:52 PM

I never said anything about equality.  I believe in equality for everyone. My soon to be sister in law is gay.  My uncle was gay (rip Preston), and they are/were just wonderful people and super funny. I have a friend I've known for 10 years and when I met him he was married and had kids.  A couple of years back he came out and he's married to a black guy now happy as ever...I was happy for him.  I love him to death, my opinion has never changed and I was never inclined to not be his friend.

 

There should be equality for everyone.  There's just some awkward logistics in a sports environment when it comes mixing gays with straights, not because of equality....but just simply the nature of a gay guys sexual orientation creates friction.

 

Maybe the best thing for the NFL to do is to have individual rooms and showers for players.  I'm ok with that. A gay guy wants to play football...great....let him play.  Having to share showers with a gay man has nothing to do with equality though.  If anything it's an infringement on rights

 

Infringement on what rights?



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:05 AM

Why would anyone worry about a gay person seeing them naked? What's the big deal? I seriously don't get it.

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:09 AM

tremendous personal insecurity



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:14 AM

I never said anything about equality.  I believe in equality for everyone. My soon to be sister in law is gay.  My uncle was gay (rip Preston), and they are/were just wonderful people and super funny. I have a friend I've known for 10 years and when I met him he was married and had kids.  A couple of years back he came out and he's married to a black guy now happy as ever...I was happy for him.  I love him to death, my opinion has never changed and I was never inclined to not be his friend.

 

There should be equality for everyone.  There's just some awkward logistics in a sports environment when it comes mixing gays with straights, not because of equality....but just simply the nature of a gay guys sexual orientation creates friction.

 

Maybe the best thing for the NFL to do is to have individual rooms and showers for players.  I'm ok with that. A gay guy wants to play football...great....let him play.  Having to share showers with a gay man has nothing to do with equality though.  If anything it's an infringement on rights

The same a right a woman would have if he she didn't want to take showers in front of a bunch of men.



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:20 AM

Why would anyone worry about a gay person seeing them naked? What's the big deal? I seriously don't get it.

 

I figure some of them are convinced that they are so attractive that no gay man could possibly control themselves around them, even in a professional setting.

 

The others... I dunno... maybe they think  that all gay men are like 14 year old straight guys & if they so much as catch a glimpse of underwear "SPROING!!!!!"
 



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:21 AM

lol you just compared yourself to a woman



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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:21 AM

The same a right a woman would have if he she didn't want to take showers in front of a bunch of men.

 

 

 

What right is that?




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