ESPN's Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (ESPY) Awards aired last night. And, as usual, ESPN chose to focus on the effeminate aspects of men in sports. ESPY Host Drake, left, and NBA players Paul George and Lance Stephenson are seen bonding onstage during The 2014 ESPYS at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday, July 16, in Los Angeles, California.
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Black Twitter frowned upon ESPN giving gay NFL player Michael Sam, left, the so-called "courage award". Sam famously kissed his effeminate boyfriend on television during the NFL draft.
Outsports.com's headline noted the vitriolic tweets in reaction to Sam's 'courage' award, "Twitter haters out in force after Michael Sam wins courage award."
ESPN and Outsports.com chose not to give equal time to reports that HIV -- the virus that causes AIDS -- is "exploding" in the gay community to the point where the World Health Organization (WHO) is urging all gay men to take prophylactic anti-virus vaccines.
The gay-run, mainstream liberal media continues to bury its collective heads in the sand while promoting an unhealthy lifestyle to young black men.
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