• shannonp33

    Why do people feel the need to make it their business to out someone! No matter if you were in a relationship with said person or not, it is not your place to do so. If they want to they will do it in their own time. It just makes you look like a caddy hateful bitch.

    • Sethjj1975

      *catty -By your standard then the other person in the relationship should have to be shamed into silence to satisfy the internalized homophobia and/or vanity of their famous counterpart. It takes two people to be in a relationship and as such the not famous one should be allowed to tell their own story anytime they so choose. If a famous person wants to stay in the closet that’s fine, though they should do so as a single person and not drag another person into their lies and facade. That’s far more selfish than a person wanting a bit of validation and recognition for their relationship.

      • shannonp33

        And furthermore. If you choose to get into a relationship with a high profile person who is not out you know it most likely will never come to light that you two are an item unless said person chooses to express the sexual orientation that they side with. So once again, it seems vindictive and bitchy of this person if like I said this story is true.

  • batGRRRl4ever

    Huh, this is the basic plot of the Husbands series on Youtube.

  • Fielding

    I could careless about sports. They’re over paid genetically gifted boys.. They throw around homophobic insults to each other.
    By shear numbers there’s gotta be many more. It’s great that they & social media will open the closet!
    There’s nothing wrong with being gay there’s something wrong with having to hide and be ashamed of it!

  • http://yahoo.com/ Darkhog

    I would think, if I ever loved someone and it didn’t work out for whatever reason; If it was ever love then some id of love would be still there even though the hurt my be there. I would want to keep hanging on to the hurt so bad that I would keep lashing out on him every opportunity that I could get just to throw out venom. Love is a powerful thing but hurt is even powerful when it comes to hate. I have been in relationships where it didn’t work out for reasons that were not my own, but I had to learn to move on, and learn that maybe it just was not to be. Love is a thing easy to fall into, but real love continues even when the love is not equal in the relationship.

    • mienigma

      Sounds like you never really truly been in love.

      • http://yahoo.com/ Darkhog

        I have but I had to learn to love myself also, and not to do things that I may regret someday later. My heart has been broken, yes. I have seen people who were in love fall apart, fight, put the children in the middle, I was one of those kids. I had to learn to forgive, and move on.

  • bcooper

    call me aaron…i can keep a secret

  • mienigma

    Amen to that!!!

  • http://www.queerclick.com Editor D

    True that.

  • Sethjj1975

    I’m saying I find the selfish one to be the celebrity that wants to have a relationship but expects their partner to live a lie. If you don’t want anyone to know you’re gay then don’t do anything gay. Voila’, problem solved.

    • shannonp33

      The selfish one is the person who takes it into their own hands to out someone. It is coward and disgusting! I believe that the person who gets into the relationship with a celebrity who is not out should realize like I said before that until that person is ready to come out there is no public anything with the other. And your solution for not being out is to not do anything gay with anyone!!! Are you serious!! What type of message are you sending todays youth that are scared, alone, and looking for someone to guide them ” Do not do anything gay!!” What planet are you on? Do you hear what you are saying?

  • leo

    This story really angers me! It is careless and irresponsible to print a story that is completely unsubstantiated. This alleged boyfriend of Aaron’s could be just a disgruntled friend or businesses partner who’s out to get back at him for a disagreement or a businesses deal gone wrong.
    But let’s play devil’s advocate and conclude that there really was an intimate relationship between Aaron and this guy. Is this really the way to force someone out of the closet? Especially a professional athlete? These guys have a tough time already,ddealing with the constant homophobia of teammates, :management and fans alike. So for those in the gay community that were hoping a few closeted gay NFL playes might muster enough courage to come out, well, you might as well give up all hopes! Cos it’s careless shit like this that’s going to force these guys deeper into the proverbial closet
    By the way true change isn’t going to come from a handful of guys coming out from within. It’s going to happen when a truly talented amateur player is recruited. Much liike what happened when the professional leagues were intergrated with minority players.

  • Andy

    NO ONE should ever be outed. A gay person (famous or not) should be allowed to stay in the closet until the end of their days if they so choose.

  • shannonp33

    You are completely butchering what I am saying and your getting way off topic from the original post. Two consenting adults get into a relationship with an understanding of their boundaries that have been set. Relationship goes south and someone gets bitter. Immature and selfish. Wether the one is a celeb or not is not my point. Could actually be the other way and if someone wants to throw someone under the bus after everything is still immature period.

    • Sethjj1975

      So you now speak for the boyfriend? You’re assuming something that has never been reported, as I’ve went through many reports on this story and nowhere does it say that the boyfriend agreed to living a life in silence and shame in order to protect the vanity and supposed masculinity of Rodgers.. We’ll just have to agree to disagree on this one, as we’re just going in circles now..

      • shannonp33

        I think you like to hear yourself talk! This convo is done. Stop putting words where they do not belong and give it up. You must have a lot of time on your hands. I speak for me and only me. No one else. Outing someone is wrong and cowardly period!!

  • Moses

    So basically, what we’re saying is the act of calling another man “amazing” equal outing him?