Okay guys, it's been a long time since I've done an entry but I have a bunch of stuff that I want to hit on today, so I don't waste any more time.
First off, let's talk about Michael Sam. You should know that I had no idea who this guy was until he decided to come out. Okay, so a couple of things that you more than likely know about him now, one that he is gay and two that he plays football. I think he is hopeful nfl draft pick. It seems that a lot of people have their opinions on him and his sexuality. Here is my opinion for what it is worth. It shouldn't matter if this guy is gay or not. What should matter is his football skills? Being that he is up for the NFL means that he must have some skills. People who are hating on him should just back the freak off. I really do not think, he is going to be on the field or in the locker room thinking that he wants to see this guy naked or that guy naked.
Second thing that I want to discuss is the issue going on in Kansas. In Kansas, they are working on a bill that would legalize discrimination against gay couples. Basically, it gives business owners and government employees the right to deny services to same sex couples. You won't be able to sue a business owner under the law. It is really freaking stupid. Everything from Ambulances, park managers, and even public welfare agencies can deny you services. Could this law bring more violence against the LGBT community. This bill passed through the Kansas' house of representatives 72 to 49.
Here is a link to the bill:
Meanwhile, here in my home state of Indiana, we are facing a gay marriage ban. When I went back to check the status of the bill, I found that the measure will not be on the ballot in November. Also according this article. The measure passed today defines marriage between a man and woman. Here is a direct quote from the article "but would not additionally prohibit civil unions and other marriage-like arrangements for same-sex couples. With the new language, the earliest Hoosiers could see the constitutional amendment on the ballot would be 2016, according to Senate president pro tem David Long." I don't know how I feel about this. I was hopefull but now I am not sure. I was hoping to vote on the subject but that isn't going to happen now. Here is a link to that article that I quoted in my post:
What are your thoughts