While people like Broussard believe gay Christians are "walking in open rebellion to God and Jesus Christ," we are pretty sure that we are actually living as the people God created us to be.
The world has stopped caring what you think. That may feel to you like the gay "agenda" is being pushed in your face -- i.e., that the news is "all gay all the time." But in reality, us gays have just stopped hiding, and most of the world has just stopped caring. Except you.
As more heroes like Jason Collins come out and keep moving the wheels of progress and equality in motion, it's only a matter of time before being a homosexual isn't frowned upon by some people in society.
Today I'm devoting the entire episode of my online radio show to callers who want to share the love with Jason Collins. His coming out rocketed to the top of the world's news headlines within hours of the release of his op-ed in Sports Illustrated.
Once we get past the hoopla and the effusive praise for the pioneering 34-year-old currently with the Washington Wizards, the real question remains: what does his historic coming-out mean for him, the NBA, pro sports and society as a whole?
The NFL vividly illustrates that core operating philosophies blended with deep strategic conviction will translate to superior execution and sustained results than businesses always searching for the next way to reinvent themselves do.
If playing together in the NBA could make a white guy from Charleston begin to understand the discrimination faced by a black guy from Washington, D.C., in 1958, I'm excited to think what an openly gay player can do for a league that still perpetuates dangerous sexism and homophobia.
It's 2013 right? Gay people are everywhere right? Who cares if a basketball player is gay? I tell you who cares; the millions of young people or older closeted gay, lesbian or bisexual people around the world who are still too scared to come out themselves.
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The magnitude of NBA player Jason Collins' coming out today cannot be overestimated. He breaks a barrier that we've been waiting for someone to plunge through: a major league sports player saying "I'm gay" while still playing and at the height of his career.
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Red Holzman's legacy is not merely measured by his two NBA championships, 696 regular season victories, or his earning a place in the basketball Hall of Fame. To this day he is credited by the great players he coached for the profound impact he had on their careers and lives.
"To be honest, it seems like I've been five-three my whole life. I don't ever remember growing. In elementary school I was five-three. In high school I was five-three. It's strange, isn't it? I think my mom was the first woman ever to give birth to a five-three baby."
After releasing the once fan favorite Stephen Jackson, the Spurs have acted quickly and made the gamble of signing former perennial all-star, Tracy McGrady. But will he be up to leading the desperate Spurs on a deep playoff run?
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