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Bisexual Tom Daley Inspires Nation To Go Searching For 120 Gay Footballers

by | 4th, December 2013


TOM Daley is gay. You might have read the news that Olympic diver Tom Daley is gay on the front pages of the national Press, or heard it on the national news bulletins.

Daley made his announcement because the caring  Sun was about to out him as being a hypocrite or in denial, or whatever a 19-year-old can be when he’s growing up.

In September, having been voted Attitude magazine’s most shaggable gay man, Daley was invited to comment:

“I think it’s funny when people say I’m gay… I laugh it off.  I’m not. But even if I was, I wouldn’t be ashamed. It wouldn’t bother me in the slightest what people thought.

“After the Olympics, the attention I received from girls was really noticeable although I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of it. No girl has asked me to sign her breasts but when I was in Mexico I remember some girls going crazy and jumping on the car I was in, kissing all the windows until they were covered in lipstick…

“I was seeing a synchronised swimmer before the Olympics but she lived in Bristol and I wasn’t driving so we couldn’t meet up. I have a soft spot for American diver Kassidy Cook but she lives in Texas the long distance would be hard.

“I wish I had time to meet a girl. I thought after the Olympics I would have loads more time but that hasn’t been the case.”

And then with the Sun ready to pounce, he went on YouTube to say:

 “Of course I still fancy girls. But right now I’m dating a guy.”

And then he became a dread phrase “role model” for all the gays in the world.

Gary Lineker said he hoped Daley had “encouraged” gay footballers to come out.

Pink News announced: “Tom Daley comes out as gay.”

The Indy hailed him as a hero. ‘Tom Gayley’ was an “inspiration”, inspiring us to,well, what? Shave our chests and swim more? Be gay? Fancy girls? Make a YouTube video to clear up being misquoted in the Press?



The Indy seems to think the country is trapped in the 1970s, when gays were ‘poofs’, lesbians wore ‘sensible shoes’ and ‘confirmed bachelors’ made it to Parliament.  Being gay is no longer a big deal to the country at large. Tom

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