LGBT & Collegiate Athlete: Mutually Exclusive in Ohio?

Ashley, William
March 2010
Outlook: Columbus;Mar2010, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p35
The article looks into the kind of atmosphere provided by colleges and universities in Ohio for LGBT college athletes. It notes the treatment experienced by Pennsylvanian football player Brian Sims from his teammates, as well as the study conducted by Emily Roper and Erin Halloran which finds that the most negative reactions against LGBT athletes come from straight men. It also features statements by sports executive Dan Wallenburg of Ohio State University on the school's approach on the issue.


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