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The cover story of ESPN Mag

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"The NBA locker room was the most flamboyant place I've ever been.

Guys flaunted their perfect bodies.

They bragged about sexual exploits.

They primped in front of the mirror,

applying colgne and hair gel by the bucketful.

They tried on each other's $10,000 suits, admired each other's rings

and necklaces.

It was an intense camaraderie that felt completely natural to them.

Surveying the room, I couldn't help chuckling to myself:

And I'm the gay one."

 

-John Amaechi

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"The NBA locker room was the most flamboyant place I've ever been.

Guys flaunted their perfect bodies.

They bragged about sexual exploits.

They primped in front of the mirror,

applying colgne and hair gel by the bucketful.

They tried on each other's $10,000 suits, admired each other's rings

and necklaces.

It was an intense camaraderie that felt completely natural to them.

Surveying the room, I couldn't help chuckling to myself:

And I'm the gay one."

 

-John Amaechi

 

Nah, I think this dude is just interpreting normal behavior and mannerisms of young men to fit his gay desires. Men with money like to buy nice suits. It makes them feel good/important and it tends to help attract pussy. He was the only dude in there picking up on shit like this and using it to fit his homo-erotic fantasies, when to any straight man that would be normal. What is he doing admiring and fantasizing about dude's bodies and "sexual exploits?" Deep down he was attracted to a lot of his teammates. Can't agree with him there.

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Nah, I think this dude is just interpreting normal behavior and mannerisms of young men to fit his gay desires.

 

i dont know...flaunting of bodies in front of other men? hair gel? primping?

 

just speaking as a heterosexual i can tell you thats not really in my general routine.

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do you think steve nash or mike miller or any of the white guys in the NBA today with the exception of maybe Jason Williams do that kinda shit??

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Nah, I think this dude is just interpreting normal behavior and mannerisms of young men to fit his gay desires.

 

 

half naked dudes chillin out together, admiring each other's clothes and jewellery sounds like average heterosexual behaviour to you?

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look how this dude is bending over for the player behind him. ewwww

 

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there he is at the bottom bending over again

 

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once again. has his rear turned towards another man

 

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look where that poor boy's face is at. coincidence? i think not.

 

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his hand is a little below the other guy's belt

 

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look at the shadow of the outstretched arm on the wall. obviously a phallic symbol

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They're "half-naked" because they're in a locker room. It's where you shower and change clothes. I played b-ball in high school for a bit, and yeah people are naked. Big deal. You talk to one another and you think nothing of it. I'm pretty sure we all wish we had our private shower like at home, but we didn't, so we dealt with it. So it's just considered normal. I think the moment someone starts thinking "hey we're naked" and begins to analyze it and think there's something "wrong" and starts associating it with homo thoughts, then I think that's when that person needs to check themselves (like John Amaechi).

 

I don't see anything wrong with a man liking clothes and ice/jewelry. Men in today's society are already restricted greatly in what they can say, do, or wear without being called gay. I mean, you own more than 5 pairs of shoes then they call you gay. Now liking suits is gay. Then wearing ice and jewelry is gay. Looking at yourself in the mirror is "gay." Next thing you know, you can't wear anything that falls within the color spectrum because it will be too "fruity." Eventually men are gonna have two colors to choose from: black or white. And it can only be a pair of cotton jeans and a cotton shirt. Any venturing into silk, velour, polyester, nylon, or a leather jacket will be considered "gay." Laughing will be gay because it invokes too much emotion. Before you know it, you gotta be stoic and walk in a circle wearing only black coveralls with a meanmug 24/7. There is certain shit I don't condone, like dudes that rock pink fitted hats and pink velvet tracksuit -- or how Charles Barkley kissed that male referre on the lips. But when it gets to "liking clothes is gay" or "looking in the mirror is gay" I think that's goin overboard. I think dudes that are the quickest to call any form of self-expression by men as being gay are the ones that fear deep down that they might be homos themselves. That's exactly what John Amaechi did, the only difference is that he admits he's a homo.

 

I forgot who it was on here that said wearing no-show/lowcut socks is "gay." Even though that's mostly what I see dudes wear. And then a couple others on here said smoking Newports or any menthols is gay/feminine. Newports is the main thing dudes in the hood smoke. I dare them to go to the projects talking about Newports is gay.

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They're "half-naked" because they're in a locker room. It's where you shower and change clothes. I played b-ball in high school for a bit, and yeah people are naked. Big deal. You talk to one another and you think nothing of it. I'm pretty sure we all wish we had our private shower like at home, but we didn't, so we dealt with it. So it's just considered normal. I think the moment someone starts thinking "hey we're naked" and begins to analyze it and think there's something "wrong" and starts associating it with homo thoughts, then I think that's when that person needs to check themselves (like John Amaechi).

 

I don't see anything wrong with a man liking clothes and ice/jewelry. Men in today's society are already restricted greatly in what they can say, do, or wear without being called gay. I mean, you own more than 5 pairs of shoes then they call you gay. Now liking suits is gay. Then wearing ice and jewelry is gay. Looking at yourself in the mirror is "gay." Next thing you know, you can't wear anything that falls within the color spectrum because it will be too "fruity." Eventually men are gonna have two colors to choose from: black or white. And it can only be a pair of cotton jeans and a cotton shirt. Any venturing into silk, velour, polyester, nylon, or a leather jacket will be considered "gay." Laughing will be gay because it invokes too much emotion. Before you know it, you gotta be stoic and walk in a circle wearing only black coveralls with a meanmug 24/7. There is certain shit I don't condone, like dudes that rock pink fitted hats and pink velvet tracksuit -- or how Charles Barkley kissed that male referre on the lips. But when it gets to "liking clothes is gay" or "looking in the mirror is gay" I think that's goin overboard. I think dudes that are the quickest to call any form of self-expression by men as being gay are the ones that fear deep down that they might be homos themselves. That's exactly what John Amaechi did, the only difference is that he admits he's a homo.

 

I forgot who it was on here that said wearing no-show/lowcut socks is "gay." Even though that's mostly what I see dudes wear. And then a couple others on here said smoking Newports or any menthols is gay/feminine. Newports is the main thing dudes in the hood smoke. I dare them to go to the projects talking about Newports is gay.

 

 

very well put, most of it, but black people and cigarettes don't mix.

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