this doesn't hurt my argument at all lol. that's just saying that it's incomplete, i.e., there are even potentially more people out there that should be on this list but they're not at this time. if anything it helps my argument
most of those ppl are unknown and/or came out with their sexual orientation after their sports career.
pls stop telling me u know more on this subject by googling random shitty ass lists of gay sports people
unknown to who? you? me? the general public? who are you to say who is known and who isn't known given your limited sports knowledge? i get the feeling you don't know who megan rapinoe / lori lindsey are (who cares if they're women in a team sport vs. men in a team sport) even though they had the world's eyes on them due to your limited knowledge. which, that's all fine. but you wanna pretend like one person coming out in one sport versus another is more important than another does nothing but belittle said "unknown person."
point is, the media is wrong on this one (not something that's new) and they're gonna run with the story to gain exposure but possibly for the wrong reasons. but that's all speculation and isn't worth a conversation.
what is worth mentioning is that you've misread/misunderstood nearly everything i've said and in other parts of this thread just flat out disregarded what i said and blurted out more emotional bs that has no relevance.
ive linked men and women, both in team sports and not in team sports that came out. and in the first go around you clearly didnt read anything i wrote because you got the # of people i said wrong.
then you ask "why would the media not cover the story?" implying i said "the media should not cover the story" when in fact i said the exact opposite. you can't read very well and your comprehension is beyond poor. just read what i write before you construct your next argument (you won't)