“It was moments of heaven and then moments of hell," Wade Davis said of his time as a closeted pro football player.
As 45 and his minions attempt to divide and conquer, women of color, nonbinary conforming folk, LGBTQ people, immigrants
We sit on subways alongside people carrying a diverse wealth of life experiences and worldviews, yet don't even make eye
"Even though I was fighting to end homophobia, I realized the root of homophobia was sexism."
Wade has studied and lived with Indigenous communities around the world for over forty years. I Interviewed him during the Paris Climate summit about what's at stake for indigenous communities.
The World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants features two teams that were pretty good in the regular season but have been played either excellent (the Giants) or almost flawless (the Royals) baseball during the postseason. There is a clear path to winning for both teams.
(h/t Towleroad) In a time where high profile athletes are now coming out of the closet, organizations such as "You Can Play
Above, watch a clip of Davis discussing gay pro athletes with Joy Behar. The former Tennessee Titans player and HuffPost
The National Football League met with LGBT rights groups last week about the push to end homophobia in sports, at a time when speculation increases over whether the first gay player will soon come out in professional athletics. Amanda Terkel joins Ahmed to discuss.
-- Wade Davis, the former NFL player, gives a revealing and fascinating interview to the Daily Beast about 'semi-open' gay
Now, however, the 34-year-old Davis is coming forward about the challenges of being a gay man in the NFL for the first time