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Meet Andrew, the latest gay high school athlete who is blogging


I have been writing this year about gay high school athletes who have started blogs. They tend to feed off and inspire each other and provide a window into what it means to be a gay teenager in...

High school swimmer, 16, starts blog as part of coming out process


"Sam I Am" is a new blog written by Sam, a 16-year-old high school junior in Pennsylvania. In ninth grade he was on the school swim team, but he quit his sophomore season, feeling inadequate and...

High school athlete blogs about anti-gay slurs


What do you do when you’re a gay high school track athlete and members of an opposing relay team say that “fags can’t race track”? Or when your coach says to a teammate, “You wouldn’t want to get...

Get the gay teen athlete bloggers on 'Ellen'


Gwen Samelson, an artist and business consultant who lives on Whidbey Island north of Seattle, was so enamored to hear about the three openly gay high school athletes who started a blog that she...

Gay high school athletes blog


“Three kids. Three time zones. One mission …” That’s the tagline for a fantastic new blog, “Walk the Road” (with the url www.bradrobertben.wordpress.com), created and written by three gay teenage...

Blog: My Boyfriend Likes Baseball


Joey, left, and Kevin I came across a cool blog a while back written by two guys in Atlanta called My Boyfriend Likes Baseball. Kevin Hart...

Hockey Kid Mikey: Anatomy of a deception


Mikey, the teenage hockey blogger from Minnesota, seems beyond a reasonable doubt a late-fortysomething man from a Minneapolis suburb who likes travel, food, was married and has sex profiles on two...

A blog from a closeted pro basketball player


Baller is the pseudonym of a professional basketball player in an overseas league, who joins the ranks of closeted jocks blogging about their lives with his worthwhile and interesting Playing...

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