Chris Kluwe, the Minnesota Vikings punter and LGBT rights activist, this weekend left his freelance post at the St. Paul Pioneer Press over that paper’s editorial board’s op-ed supporting an amendment to the state constitution that would define marriage as one man, one woman.
From that op-ed:

Love may be love, but even now there are any number of prohibitions around marriage between consenting (heterosexual) adults. These prohibitions are intended to be in the interest of promoting the general welfare. It all comes back to the initial question of the definition of marriage as a means of promoting the general welfare.
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Additionally, Kluwe is fearful his activism has led the Vikings to believe that he will become a distraction, something the team vehemently denies.

Returning starter Chris Kluwe has been told by the team that the move was made in the spirit of competition, but the outspoken punter fears that something a bit more nefarious is afoot.
“It’s a shame that in a league with players given multiple second chances after arrests, including felony arrests, that speaking out on human rights has a chance of getting you cut,” Kluwe told ProFootballTalk.com Sunday via text message.
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Just wondering where was all of this vaunted morality when Brett Farve was busy sexting Jenn Sterger with all of his unwanted advances?

Chris Kluwe, the Minnesota Vikings punter and LGBT rights activist, this weekend left his freelance post at the St. Paul Pioneer Press over that paper’s editorial board’s op-ed supporting an amendment to the state constitution that would define marriage as one man, one woman.

From that op-ed:

Love may be love, but even now there are any number of prohibitions around marriage between consenting (heterosexual) adults. These prohibitions are intended to be in the interest of promoting the general welfare. It all comes back to the initial question of the definition of marriage as a means of promoting the general welfare.

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Additionally, Kluwe is fearful his activism has led the Vikings to believe that he will become a distraction, something the team vehemently denies.

Returning starter Chris Kluwe has been told by the team that the move was made in the spirit of competition, but the outspoken punter fears that something a bit more nefarious is afoot.

“It’s a shame that in a league with players given multiple second chances after arrests, including felony arrests, that speaking out on human rights has a chance of getting you cut,” Kluwe told ProFootballTalk.com Sunday via text message.

Read More here

Just wondering where was all of this vaunted morality when Brett Farve was busy sexting Jenn Sterger with all of his unwanted advances?


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