Campbell, John H.
September 2013
Whosoever;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p9
The author reflects on his non-interest to any team sports and mentions his experiences of being ostracized by many in both childhood and adulthood for his lack of interest in sports, relating his being not traditionally masculine to his orientation as a bisexual man. He discusses and reflects on a strip in an old "Peanuts" cartoon by the late Charles M. Schultz about the comeback of the winning team with character Charlie Brown responding with just one sentence, "How did the other team feel?"


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