Tight end Gronkowski is cool with having a gay teammate.
Read more at: http://nesn.com/2013/03/rob-gronkows...-patriots-win/Gronk discussed his wild ride over the last few months during an interview on ESPN New York radio on Thursday. During the interview, he also openly addressed the idea of having a gay teammate. “You have to accept the player,” Gronkowski said. “Everyone has their own ways to live their life, and as long as he’s respecting me, keeping distance, respecting myself, then I will respect him back. If he’s being a great teammate and he’s a guy on the field doing a great job, then you have nothing to complain about. He’s another teammate and another friend.”
Luckily for both of them.
I acknowledge that as a legit "slippery slope" question, because at least you are talking about human beings, and it's never clear how society will change over 20, 50, or 100 years. But the "'what's next', people marrying animals" argument is not a legit "slippery slope"
All this talk about equal rights, but do you guys have any idea who the most discriminated against citizens of this country are?
about time Tom Brady told the truth and came out
Yeah, I used to really hate being single. So much more perks being married.
In bed at 9pm on Friday and Saturday
Kids with snotty noses
"Honey Do" lists
Extra income going to kids shoes, clothes, sports, dancing,etc.
Yup, boy, I'm glad I don't have to be single for even one day