And as to be expected, I received alot of hate for it, mostly in the form of ignorance; that's because the gay community like to write me off as somehow being "irrelevant."
Seven weeks later, I proved myself right.
On Tuesday, it was reported Michael Sam was released Tuesday from the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. As to be expected, gay activists were quick, again, to shout homophobia, never taking into consideration Sam sucks at pro football.
I'm not being mean or sarcastic, but I do admit to a little bit of schadenfreude. After all, who again was it that had a live TV crew in a house during the NFL draft? And who was the guy who became the focus of a major rant by Keith Olbermann and other sports anchors across the country because he was gay?
It wasn't me, that's for sure. I've been waiting on over seven years for someone to write that story about me and all the abuse I've faced from gay rights activists, and why they continue to defend and protect the rights of bigots and the special interest (ex-gays, gay conservatives, transgenders) over my individual rights. But no one will. I have to be dead or become a murder victim for that to happen.
For some reason, the gay community invited themselves a myth that because we're gay, we're perceived to have or posses a higher degree of success or moral standing than the population average.
When it comes to Michael Sam, obviously he was held to some higher standard. Maybe. We'll never know for sure.
As as of right now, there are no openly gay players in any of the major sports (NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, or pro boxing. Soccer is not considered a major sport. Neither is the WWE. Orlando Cruz, who was scheduled to fight someone on Friday night live on Telemundo, had his fight cancelled, and no one here including the folks at Outsports in their own piece about Michael Sam want to be reminded what he disappointment he has turned out to be. And as for The MMA, the controversy remains whether Fallon Fox, a [homophobic and misogynist] trans woman ought to be allowed to fight women.