Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Bay Area sports stars do a PSA ad to support the LBGT community

Bay Area sports stars such as Vernon Davis, Barry Zito, Coco Crisp, Joe Thornton, and Klay Thompson are in new PSA ads that support the LBGT community.

In the ads, the athletes talk about supporting gay athletes and that the only thing that matters is winning and being able to play.

Do all of these athletes believe what they are actually saying in the PSA? Who knows? This is great PR for the Bay Area sports teams involved in the PSA though.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fuck the gays!!! They don't play sports they don't wanna play anyways. They rather suck some dick and get it in the ass than play real sports!

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, you're a little bitch anon.

Anonymous said...

Let's be honest. Do the gays really want to play sports? No, they rather grow a flower garden or hang out and go dancing.

Most gays are not sports fans anyways and don't want to do anything physical.

I have nothing against gays but I don't like how it's wrong to be against gay marriage now.

Anonymous said...

Well said Anon! Fuck these queers! Right in their gay little fairy assholes!

Anonymous said...

These are terrible, terrible comments. It is not enough to 'not be against them'. A true test of character is to actually support the LGBT community (aka normal people); encourage social cohesion and equal rights, discourage discrimination, and reach out to people with different views and beliefs than your own (shocker, I know). The attitude of retreating to obviously false and homophobic sterotypes puts you in a disgusting category of unbelievable ignorant and socially damaging scum.

Sandra Young said...

Can't wait to see these ads on tv. Thanks to the athletes in this PSA.

John said...

As a parent of a young child, I am not sure I want my kid learning about same sex marriage and that being with another man/woman is ok.I don't want gay people to be discriminated against but I don't want my child to get brainwashed into thinking that it would be ok and normal for him to like members of the same sex.I am sure other parents can understand my trepediation as well.

Rick said...

The above comments are not only offensive, and discusting, but obviously ignorant! From a straight, married, Catholic man with 2 children, I am discusted with the slander and extreame homofobia!!! You would rather your children learn this than the fact that it is ok to be yourself!!! Whether or not it is "different" than the "norm". Who is "normal" anyways?!?! I feel sorry for you and anyone that has to deal with your ignorance!!! Just because you feel that way, does not mean everyone should feel the same!
Obviously even you feel ashamed of your own comments since you can't even put your name behind it!
Congrats to those that openly support what is right for everyone!