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Is it okay for NFL teams to ask draft prospects about sexual orientation?

  • Treating homosexuality as a sickness: Step in the right direction has been taken

    Most Americans are opposed to Gay Marriage and gays in general.
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/118378/majority-americans-continue-oppose-gay-marriage.aspx

    The fellow teammates and owners of the sports teams have a right to know.

    Most heterosexual men do not want openly gay men using the same showers or locker rooms. Now the sick bi-males probably don’t mind. And, homosexuals and bi-men are sick and spread many more diseases, and HIV.

    The owners have a right to know because they want the greatest appeal to the public audience. If the public knows that the sports teams is letting openly gay men on the team; it will hurt the attendance and viewership in general causing the team owners to lose money.

    I, for one, am tired of the “Gay Rights” nonsense and so are most Americans, at least the moral Americans that are not sexual degenerates and gender sick (i.e., incapable of having a normal sexual relationship, which is between a man and a woman, or the normal relationship of marriage, which is only normal between a man and a woman).

    The majority of Americans do not do abnormal degenerate sex acts.

    The anus is meant to hold feces in until you have a bowel movement, not to stick a man’s penis in!

    It is a sick disease spreading practice. Gay men are the most promiscuous and disease spreading groups in America, the World for that matter, especially in Africa.

    http://americansfortruth.com/2006/09/28/promiscuity-among-homosexuals/
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2000/oct/24/3
    http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/homosexuality/ho0075.html
    http://www.bilerico.com/2010/03/us_gay_mens_astonishing_hivstd_rates.php
    http://www.npr.org/2012/07/05/156292172/aids-in-black-america-a-public-health-crisis

  • My Sexual Orientation TOTALLY Affects How I Play Right? NO!

    The NFL shouldn't have to ask their players what is their sexual orientations, it doesn't affect how they play AT ALL! The person who posted saying yes said and i quote,"Most heterosexual men do not want openly gay men using the same showers or locker rooms. Now the sick bi-males probably don’t mind. And, homosexuals and bi-men are sick and spread many more diseases, and HIV." How is this even possible, do you really think the players are going to have intercourse in the showers, and last time I checked HIV also is NOT only transmitted by "homosexuals and bi-men". Your argument is totally ridiculous and i find it EXTREMELY close-minded. If you're straight do you like all girls? No, of course not. Gay men don't like all other men, other people have preferences too you know.

  • No! That is absolutely absurd.

    What does sexual orientation have to do with their athletic prowess? I think that they need to get passed the concept that a strong athlete needs to be heterosexual. How does sexuality affect athletics? That comes down to genetics. It shouldn't matter if they gay, straight, or dress up in a skirt on the weekends!

  • It Is Not Their Business

    NFL teams exist to play football, and sexual orientation has no impact on how somebody performs on the field. There are already gay men in the NFL, and there has not been locker room problems to date. The NFL should just focus on whether their draft pick has talent or not.

    Posted by: rpr
  • No, sexual orientation has nothing to do with the ability to play football.

    Sexual orientation and ability to play football have no correlation. Mutually exclusive, and the NFL, as well as the military, need to understand that. It's just not even something they need to think about. If, perchance, a football player were to come onto his fellow teammates, that's another issue, but unrelated. Heterosexual people are always so afraid of the ones who are homosexual, but the homosexual people just want to fit in, to do what they want to do. And if that's football, then so be it!

  • It Is Very Wrong

    NFL teams should not be asking draft prospects about their sexuality. I know that these teams want to know as much as possible before paying these players millions of dollars, but there are certain things that teams do not need to know. That is very personal question and will have nothing to do with how they play on the field.


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