In an interview with Vice Sports that was released Tuesday, pro skateboarder Brian Anderson announced that he is gay:. In the opening minutes of the video, Mike Carroll and Sam Smyth — the co-founder and team manager, respectively, of Girl Skateboards, by whom Anderson was sponsored for over a decade — remark how Anderson always marched to the beat of his own drum throughout his nearly year career. Anderson is both introspective and lighthearted throughout the video, noting that one of the first times he knew he was gay was when, as a child, he found himself drawn to the character Bluto in Popeye cartoons. Yay, I get to check somebody out. But Anderson also addressed serious issues in the interview, including how hearing sexual slurs in conversation frequently throughout his youth made him afraid to talk about his sexuality. His decision to go public is daring when viewed in the context of how past attempts by gay skateboarders to address their sexuality have been handled.
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A year-old figure skater from Mexico absolutely crushed his most recent routine and he did it to a song that means a lot to his mother. His choice of song was a tribute, since Juan Gabriel died recently and meant a lot to his mom. What should have been a touching performance, though, was instead taken by some haters as an opportunity to unleash their homophobia. BuzzFeed reports some Twitter users are calling Donovan gay because of the song her performed to. According to the Huffington Post, Juan Gabriel performed flamboyantly on stage, causing people to wonder if he was gay.
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Men's figure skating has always been caught between its public image and its conservative culture. But with anti-LGBT policies haunting the Sochi Olympics, the sport's biggest stars are under more pressure than ever to set the record straight. When I ask figure skater Jeremy Abbott how athletes should respond to Russia's anti-gay laws, his eyes widen.
To celebrate 10 years of Huck, we're digging through the archives to unearth stories that feel as relevant as ever. He talks about his sponsored days with the kind of fondness people have for old friends, tinged with the sadness of a relationship gone wrong. It was just after I broke my ankle, so I had to take some months off anyway, but [the incident] definitely reduced the amount of time I spent skating.