Homosexuality, an immoral choice made by Godless deviants to engage in sexual behavior with individuals of the same sex, has been encouraged and stamped with approval by white, social liberals hellbent on destroying Christianity and all the tenets that come with it. With that said, black Americans with nothing better to do than follow white, liberals into the depths of moral turpitude, are consistently engaging in behavior that goes against God's will. Like Darren Young, a black, pro wrestling star who announced to celebrity website TMZ that he engages in sex with other men and thus, is being lauded by the Godless, white, mainstream press all in the hope of spreading the plague of homosexuality and continue to normalize it throughout the black community. No word yet on, like fellow tool Jason Collins, if Young will receive a phone call from President Obama congratulating him on being an "open homosexual" or if like Collins, Young will grace the cover of the next issue of Sports Illustrated:
When a TMZ reporter approached World Wrestling Entertainment star Darren Young to ask whether a gay wrestler could ever be successful within the organization, he did not expect to get the answer he did.
“Absolutely,” Young said with a chuckle while retrieving his bags at Los Angeles Airport. “Look at me. I’m a WWE Superstar and, to be honest with you, I’ll tell you right now, I’m gay, and I’m happy. Very happy.”
The TMZ cameraman was audibly stunned, telling Young he had no idea the wrestler was gay. Young replied that his sexuality shouldn’t really matter.
“I guess if you want to call it ‘coming out,’ I really don’t know what to say it is,” he explained. “I’m just letting you know that I’m happy who I am. I’m comfortable with myself and I’m happy to be living the dream.”
He continued: “Some people might not like it. Some people will like it. I’m here to please myself. I’m here to be happy. I’m hoping to make a difference. It’s very important to me to make people understand that someone’s sexual preference shouldn’t really matter. It should be about the person.”
In a statement, the WWE told the Huffington Post they are “proud” of Young for coming out as homosexual in an aggressively masculine sport:
“WWE is proud of Darren Young for being open about his sexuality, and we will continue to support him as a WWE Superstar. Today, in fact, Darren will be participating in one of our Be A Star anti-bullying rallies in Los Angeles to teach children how to create positive environments for everyone regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation.”