As the first active member of one of the major sports leagues to come out as gay, NBA player Jason Collins's announcement yesterday has generated praise from gay-rights supporters. Predictably, it has also prompted dire warnings about gays in the locker room from homophobes like the Family Research Council's Brian Fischer:. I will guarantee you I don't want that.
FOX Files investigator Chris Hayes busted him in and was the only reporter in the courtroom today. While in that courtroom we learned David E. FOX 2 broke the case two years ago in May. It began with a tip from a man living in the northeast who said he found a disturbing web site where it appeared someone was hiding a camera in a St. Louis area bathroom.
A guy in the dorms would wake up in the morning feeling sluggish and experiencing abdominal pains. This went on for a week or two before he sought medical attention at Cowell. After the exam the doctor asked the student if he was gay. The student responded that he was not. The sluggishness was due to heavy drug use.
Unauthorized videotapes of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of naked male athletes in the locker rooms of more than 50 universities are being produced, sold and distributed on sexually oriented sites on the World Wide Web, according to a lawyer representing of the men who were taped. Without their knowledge, the athletes were videotaped at urinals, at showers or weighing in unclothed at competitions. No camera was ever in open view, the students said.