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  1. Francis #1 says

    This was Kurt’s response to hanging out with Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family in 2011 and negative responses he got from that:

    “My point isn’t 2 prove right or wrong, thats God’s job, my point is 2 love all ppl the same & lead them 2 Jesus!”

    This was the statement made that elicited that response:

    “my 2 cents… love all and let g-d judge when referencing gays is super condescending and a way to say you think it is wrong.”

    He’s very religious, so his words should have some sway. He seems a bit like of those hate the sin, love the sinner, let God be the judge types. His response is one of the best responses a player has ever given though, not conditional support, but one of acceptance. Good for him.

  2. Dastius Krazitauc says

    I am pleasantly surprised. Very reasonable and eloquent, Kurt.

    But what is this “proliferation” of players coming out? What have I missed?

  3. Francis #1 says

    His approach is a complete 180 compared to Tony Dungy, whose seen as like a Godfather to NFL players, especially younger black NFL players. Tony Dungy is extremely anti-gay and has never been called out on that.

  4. robroy says

    Referencing the earlier post isn’t Stonestreet straight?

    Add me to the ranks of the pleasantly surprised. But he reminds me of alot of people who are most comfortable in their own religion/marriage/relationships & seem to have no problem accepting others.

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