Not all guys are gay But I have to say I am noticing more and more top skaters been gay. Nothing wrong with that Man figure skaters to me have to be MEN and also be able to express themselves in a artistic way without looking like a woman. What are you people smoking, of cause figure skaters are gay most of the skating community are. Skating is a art form you need to be an extrovert and express your self as well as having skill and strength.
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8 Olympic Ice Skating Pairs Who Are Couples in Real Life | Time
Men's figure skating has always been caught between its public image and its conservative culture. But with anti-LGBT policies haunting the Sochi Olympics, the sport's biggest stars are under more pressure than ever to set the record straight. When I ask figure skater Jeremy Abbott how athletes should respond to Russia's anti-gay laws, his eyes widen. He shrugs a little and glances over at the U. Abbott takes in a breath, glances down.
Adam Rippon, John Curry and figure skating's complex history with gay athletes
British figure skating champion John Curry won the gold medal at the Olympics in men's figure skating in Curry died on April 15, His death may have been the first publicized AIDS-related death related to figure skating. Ricky Inglesi was a roller skater before he became an ice skater.
Deep in the iron belt of northern Minnesota, where boys are raised to be manly men and hockey is holy, Brandon Larcom grew up figure skating. From the moment he first stepped onto the ice at the age of 3, he had dreamed of becoming the next Wayne Gretzky, but a skull deficiency kept him out of contact sports. It sounds like a movie," says Larcom, now 30, talking on the phone from the Toyota Sports Center rink in Los Angeles, where he coaches figure skating and hockey. At 12, Larcom went to live and train as a pairs skater in Tampa, Fla. Despite being thousands of miles from home, he encountered the same stereotypes.