How wrong I was. He IS going to reeducation camp.
While it's fair to wonder if the latter sentiment was prompted by Culliver's publicist, the second-year cornerback is at least taking a proactive approach to assisting the community he offended. Culliver will undergo sensitivity training and then work with "The Trevor Project" in the weeks after Super Bowl XLVII, reported the San Jose Mercury News, to learn more about suicide prevention among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth...
Among those counseling Culliver is his cousin, Andrew Brown, a director of the documentary "Word Is Out" about the experiences of gays and lesbians. "Brown has come forward in support of Chris and his efforts to educate himself about the true impact of his commentary," according to a press release from "The Trevor Project."
By the way, an author named Dante wrote a book titled "Inferno" which describes going through gay sensitivity programming and counceling, only Dante called it Level 7 (i think). Anyway, his life is going to be Hell for next year or so, until he bows and surrenders to the forces "correct thought". I could not imagine having to endure that whiny, "oh poor us", bullcrap. "Look at what those evil straights and Christians are doing to us!!" (but,..but, uh, don't mention what Islam does to gay people. that is out of bounds. just christians are the bad guys)
I think you are only "allowed" to hate Christians in America. In fact, I think that is the only single allowed group to openly hate. I can't think of another one, except maybe Israel.
Anyway, you are definitely not "allowed" to have a negative opinion of gay stuff. Your lack of tolerance will not be tolerated and you will be punished, purified, and reeducated! Mach schnell!