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Russian Women’s Relay Team Makes Out On Podium At World Championships In Moscow, Kind Of Protesting Anti-Gay Laws
They’re saying it wasn’t really politically motivated, but that only makes it hotter. Also, no one in Russia admits to protesting laws, so I don’t believe them…
Oh, so you thought as time passed, progress was achieved? Well, everything is backwards in Russia, friend! Russia is in the midst of passing an anti-gay bill, which basically criminalizes any public display of gay rights. And since the 2014 Winter Olympics are being held in Sochi, Russia, this will affect people outside of the country, too. Details, after the jump.
Some San Francisco 49ers Were In An “It Gets Better” Video, But Were Apparently In A Fugue State When They Shot It
We’ll admit, San Francisco 49ers corner Chris Culliver wasn’t at the top of anyone’s list of “Players To Keep Tabs On Because Of The Ridiculous Things They Say” during Super Bowl week. We also didn’t count on him telling Artie Lange gay players have no place in any locker room of his, so there’s that.
North Dakota State College of Science may be a small junior college, but it finds itself embroiled in scandal after head coach Chuck Parsons dismissed linebacker Jamie Kuntz for being gay. Or at least that’s what everyone’s assuming, even if the coach chalks it up to a case of lying instead.
The Cowboys Hall of Famer (and current NFL Network analyst) posed for the latest issue of Out magazine, covering his torso with only a pair of shoulder pads.