How to become a gay or lesbian athlete?
I’ve never thought about it, but gay or lesbians are some of the fastest growing sports in America.
The gay and LGBT community is one of the biggest and fastest growing segments of the population, and according to new figures, in the past three years they’ve grown to about 2% of the U.S. population, up from about 0.5% in 2006.
But there’s a problem: While many of them have the support of their teammates, many of their teams don’t.
What does that mean for you?
I am a gay male, and I don’t really have a gay-friendly team.
I work at a large, large tech company.
So, as a gay man, I can’t work with guys on my team.
So I’ve always found it frustrating.
It’s just so hard.
One thing I want to make clear is that I’m not saying that my team isn’t supportive.
We do have some really talented gay and female athletes.
And as a person who works at a big tech company, I’m sure there are lots of gay men who work there as well.
But they’re not all there.
So, I’ve tried to find a team that does include all the gay and gender-nonconforming people.
I’ve gone to conferences.
I have had conversations with people in the gay community.
And I’m always looking for a team to work with, so I’m really trying to find one.
It’s a real struggle for many gay men and lesbians, because I think that it’s a difficult transition for them to get the support they need.
And this is why I have this project: to help them find their way.
In my experience, gay and bisexual athletes tend to be more interested in their own experiences and in themselves than they are in the team.
Gay and bisexual sports teams are often just a collection of people who have a passion for the sport and who share the same values.
They are not just about the team or the sport, they are about a shared love for the game and for their fellow athletes.
That’s what we try to create here at YG.
It is about finding a team where everyone has a sense of self and a sense that they belong.