Arriving in my new singlet and jockstrapI envisioned sweaty erotic matches with muscular jocks and worried about getting trounced or tearing a ligament. But my fantasy was far off from the reality, and I ended up learning a lot more about myself than I ever thought I would. The gay wrestling group I joined meets once a month at a local gym that also hosts kickboxing and Jiu-Jitsu classes.
The world of pro wrestling is changing for the better. Equality continues to trend in the right direction. Enjoy, folks!
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Image Via. When we first heard about a gay wrestling club in San Francisco we were like, those San Franciscans. Of course you have a special club where dudes wear spandex and roll around trying to dominate each other with their powerful thighs.
Professional wrestler Mike Parrow has a message for any young LGBT athlete that is sitting alone in a locker room wondering if they will ever be accepted. Your team will support you. Leaving the team culture behind as a closeted college football player at Carolina Coastal University, Parrow put aside thoughts of law school to pursue a new path.
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At the same time he revealed his sexuality to his parents, John also shared how he was going to live his life with the wider world: as both himself and his alter ego, wrestling personality Christopher Saynt. John received plenty of support from wrestlers and his family when he came out but, as he told BBC Threesome fans subjected him to weeks of hateful trolling. That he earned the respect of his peers when he came out meant a lot to John, but he is most proud of the effect his action had on some of his fans.