Michael Sam made headline news when he shared a celebratory kiss with his boyfriend after hearing that he was joining the St. Louis Rams. With the rise in openly gay athletes participating in professional sports, many people are wondering if gay athletes are more or less prone to check out other athletes in the locker room. My answer? Absolutely not!
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For a while when I played in a men's hockey league in Los Angeles one of our regular opponents was an all-gay team called the Blades. That's right, they were the gay Blades. One night we played in one of those dank old rinks where the locker room is dripping with rust and they never empty the barrels of wet athletic tape. The Blades were good, and to be honest they played a little angry, as if they had something to prove. They beat us badly.
We all have problems, and if they are ours, they always seem big. In school health class they never really talked about what the average size was, and I never really bothered to compare myself to other guys. I had taken gym class in middle school, but there were no showers, and we never got down to anything past our underwear so I never really noticed anything different about me other than I had more body hair than most of the other guys. I started puberty pretty early and I was one of the few in my class to have pit hair, a happy trail, etc. The first day, I went into the locker room like everyone else, we got our Speedos and were told to shower and change into them for the first practice.