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(Denver Channel)   Colorado State defensive line coach Greg Lupfer has been suspended for two weeks without pay after using a gay slur when yelling at Washington State quarterback at the Gildan New Mexico Bowl last weekend   ( divider line
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2013-12-25 12:02:08 PM  
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Jack_Knopf: Snapper Carr: Peki: Awesome! So glad to see sports no longer tolerating such language. There is no reason to try to emasculate a guy for poor performance at sports.

There's no reason to equate homosexuality with weakness or a lack of masculinity.

Sooo, why not?  Sure it doesn't apply to all, but rule/exception.

By and large, the effeminate gay man is a media reinforced stereotype which has become accepted as the norm in the gay community and a young gay teen will feel peer pressure to conform to that stereotype. It's less of an issue with non-stereotypical real life media personalities open acknowledging their sexuality - a young person coming out isn't limited now to Cameron from Modern Family but can look to Stephen Fry, John Barrowman, Anderson Cooper or NPH instead.

/I'm not saying there aren't naturally effeminate gay men or that there's anything wrong being an effeminate man.
2013-12-25 12:01:01 AM  
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