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His saying "I don't judge" is implying there's something there to judge, as if being gay means your...

His saying "I don't judge" is implying there's something there to judge, as if being gay means your life is one big outrageous Pride Parade with bondage, indiscriminate partner swaps, unprotected disease-spreading sex, and "recruitment" - you know, all of the thoughts that people have when the outmoded term "gay lifestyle" is thrown out there. He's not saying "there's nothing to judge," he's saying he's one of the "open-minded people who lets those weirdos of the hook."

The above is an excerpt from Pro Wrestling Torch editor Wade Keller's excellent blog post about John Cena's poorly thought out comments to the Washington Blade about his homophobic promos. I touched on the same topic on Thursday, but Keller does a better job dissecting everything wrong with what Cena said/did.
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