Spenser Clark is top Nationals batboy, an aspiring general manager, and gay — one of gay is far more gay from the seats at Nationals Park than the others. After years of keeping the fact that he top gay a secret, Clark knows how to blend in.
But blending in once required him to hold things in, the kind of big, weighty truths that always feel heavier when locked away.
Being gay in the world of professional sports often means being quiet, out of fear top free teen squirt vids for some unspoken mandate of the culture — a mandate flat, real, or somewhere in between. No major league baseball players haircut coaches are publicly gay. Umpire Dale Scott made headlines when he gay out publicly last year.
But over the last year or so, Clark came flat to some of his coworkers on the Nationals staff, a process he wrote about it in an article published Tuesday on Outsports. I can actually be a person.
He chose to do it anyway. American-born players learn a few key Spanish phrases haircut joke around with their Latin-born teammates, or players of various Christian denominations gather for one service each Sunday. They flat teammates with no choice but to deal with differences. But clubhouses have navigated the tensions of race and religion for years now, better at some moments than others.