There's a fantastic Michael Irvin profile in this month's Out magazine which, given the recent newsworthy items about another particular NFC East wide receiver, will hopefully lead to more progress on the issue. Irvin reveals how in his early Playmaker days, he was just as guilty of stereotyping, gaybashing, and all the other locker-room posturing typical of most athletes, even though his older brother, Vaughan, was a cross-dressing homosexual. It took years for Irvin to publicly accept him, but now, at 45, he's obviously changed. In a big way:
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