Honestly I might be totally naive but I've never heard of this until today, has it been reported in the press, or is it something you need to be ITK to be be aware of?
We've all criticised the club for recruitment as it has looked poor from the outside looking in but I wasn't aware of an amateurish sports science department.
I'm not trying to have an argument I've just never heard this before.
I'm not sure how relevant having access to information is quite honestly. What information do you think would change people's minds about homosexuality? Is there any that could suddenly take someone from 'I hate it' to 'I think it's fine'? I'm not so sure? There's plenty of people in this country who don't like homosexuality, and as I said, it wasn't that long ago that it was illegal here. As I also said, it is a religious thing. Even in this country it was essentially illegal because the dominant religion here held that it was wrong. The difference isn't that we are more enlightened, I think it's just that we are less religious, and this secularism, especially in newer generations, is what is removing the stigma attached to homosexuality. I don't believe it is ignorance and it's too easy to label it as such. They know exactly why they believe what they do.