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Aside from his views on gay rights, New Orleans Saints linebacker Scott Fujita seems like he has a great head on his shoulders (not to mention a vgl one).

Watch him talk about his adoption and upbringing, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. He's a wonderful guy and clearly an intelligent and thoughtful sporting role model. Would we had more like him!

    Posted by: Lewis Payton | Feb 5, 2010 7:52:07 PM

  2. I feel very strongly that no one should be watching the Super Bowl on CBS. There are alternate ways to watch it and people should do so. I don't care how goodlooking any of the players's about supporting a network who obviously supports hate and took money from a church that supports that philosphy.

    Posted by: George | Feb 5, 2010 7:52:58 PM

  3. Wow, what a man!

    Posted by: Derek | Feb 5, 2010 8:23:08 PM

  4. Wait just a minute. He's talking about nothing other than his Japanese upbringing. White rice and baked potatoes. So um why is this clip here? I know what a Rice Queen is. Is there a Baked Potato queen? What's this got to do with Gay Civil Equality?

    Posted by: Sargon Bighorn | Feb 5, 2010 9:20:04 PM

  5. A baked potato queen would be a gay that prefers irishers, sargon...or russians...I don't know anymore. The point of featuring this is that he defended gay rights and the pro choice view against tebow's religious zealotry.

    Posted by: TANK | Feb 5, 2010 9:38:00 PM

  6. LOVE him.
    Enlightened, charismatic, beautiful bright eyes, an adorable smile ... and a total hunk.
    There are better things than the Super Bowl in his future

    Posted by: Curtis | Feb 5, 2010 9:48:12 PM

  7. @SARGON - gosh, I didn't realize this site was called "Gay Civil Equality And Only Things Related To It" -- am pretty sure it is called Towleroad, and has never been restricted to just one topic or area of interest.

    Posted by: sparks | Feb 5, 2010 10:54:26 PM

  8. What this clip does not show is that Scott is very supportive of gay and lesbian rights...there was a great article in the NY Times earlier this week about Scott Fujita's very progressive viewpoints -- which he is not afraid to state loud and clear.

    Scott comes from a great family. I worked with Scott's Mom more than a decade ago while Scott was going to Cal. She is a wonderful classy lady who clearly provided a love and support for her son.

    Posted by: Ken | Feb 5, 2010 10:56:49 PM

  9. ten times the man tim tebow will ever be...

    Posted by: alan brickmanA | Feb 5, 2010 11:46:46 PM

  10. @Sparks, It's a site with Homosexual tendencies, says so at the top...Make of that what you will.

    Posted by: Sargon Bighorn | Feb 6, 2010 12:06:10 AM

  11. what a fucking knockout.

    Posted by: james | Feb 6, 2010 1:38:12 AM

  12. The real deal. He says that some team mates give him shit about supporting gay rights and he could not give a shit. How many gay kids will be watching tomorrow with their dads and have seen or heard his stance, and if not have the strength to come out, at least not the loathing for being gay.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Feb 6, 2010 10:49:06 AM

  13. LOVE, LOVE LOVE HIM@!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: STEVE RICHMOND | Feb 6, 2010 3:37:25 PM

  14. Excuse me, I believe that headline should be "New Orleans Super Bowl Champion Fujita." :D

    Posted by: josh.josh.josh | Feb 8, 2010 12:18:27 AM

  15. Yes, the "God Team" did not win for once. I guess Peyton Manning didn't pray hard enough at half time. Or maybe it was because he didn't give enough money to those ex-gay ministries in Indianapolis this year.

    Ironically, this is probably a sign that there is a loving God after all.

    Posted by: John | Feb 8, 2010 12:54:13 AM

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