Tim hardaway on gays
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So we're going to talk about something I find particularly refreshing in this day and age: unabashed homophobia from high-profile celebrities. To be clear: I do not find it refreshing because I support it. I find it refreshing because it's important to be reminded that people both say and think these things. While Isaiah Washington wants to make it seem positively unthinkable that he may have referred to T.
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Tim Hardaway says he's not in Hall 'because of what I said in 2007 about gay people'
Tim Hardaway Still Blames Anti-Gay Comments For Misfortune • Instinct Magazine
He thinks he knows why he hasn't joined them: his well-publicized rant from more than a decade ago, in which he said he hated gay people. Hardaway, 52, was a five-time All-Star in his 13 seasons in the league. He had career averages of His crossover move was legendary. Mullin and Richmond are both in the Hall.
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Tim Hardaway supports gay marriage petition in Florida
There is also the matter of comments made 10 years ago this month during a radio interview when responding to a question about former NBA center John Amaechi's decision to publicly come out as a gay man. I am homophobic. I don't like it. It shouldn't be in the world or in the United States.
Hardaway appropriately apologized for his harsh remarks, but many if not most Americans no doubt share his instinctive reluctance to share showers and locker rooms with open homosexuals. That reluctance also explains the controversial Defense Department policy that prevents out-of-the-closet gays from serving in the United States military. Is it a reasonable for an NBA basketball player or a soldier in basic training, for that matter to feel uncomfortable sharing intimate quarters with a homosexual, or does this represent an outrageous, irrational fear? In response to the Hardaway controversy, several sports columnists compared his resistance to the idea of playing alongside gay teammates to the racism of previous years when white players tried to avoid competing with or against blacks.