Invitations ....

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    May 13, 2008 6:48 AM GMT
    I think we should invite celebreties and gay athletes to join our site and discuss their diet and exercise routienes with us on our site. If you find a gay athlete in the news get the e-mail and send them a link and an invite to join us! What do you think...NO DON'T STALK THEM!icon_lol.gif
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    May 13, 2008 12:08 PM GMT
    It's a bite like charities. calling asking for you to part with your cash.

    Now One is able to look up charities and contact them, to give my cash.

    I'm sure if someone whom is in the media, may it B 4 sport, or the movies. Would be able to find us, if they wanted too. But I'm sure they would use a pic of their pool boy.
  • HndsmKansan

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    May 13, 2008 12:23 PM GMT
    Actually I think it would be great if they contacted Bob Paris and asked him to do a series of articles.
    It would be well read.


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    May 14, 2008 2:24 AM GMT
    Bob Paris is the reason so many of my issues of Muscle Fitness had pages that stuck together when I was in high school.icon_razz.gif
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    May 14, 2008 11:13 AM GMT
    RBY71 saidBob Paris is the reason so many of my issues of Muscle Fitness had pages that stuck together when I was in high school.icon_razz.gif


    Now now... sporty g just asked you to not STALK them! icon_lol.gif
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    May 14, 2008 1:01 PM GMT
    Bob Paris

    Gay Rights Advocate & Former Mr. Universe
    By the time Bob Paris was 23 years old, he was a Mr. America, World Champion of bodybuilding and Mr. Universe. From there he has become into a best-selling author, highly successful lecturer, and Broadway actor. For the past fifteen years, Bob has traveled the world speaking to universities and corporations about fitness, motivation and self-esteem.

    It was events which took place in July, 1989 that propelled Bob Paris into the national spotlight as an articulate advocate for equal rights. Paris decided to cross a line. He publicly acknowledged in the pages of Ironman magazine that he was gay, while he was still an active competitor in his sport. Major media appearances and interviews followed - from Oprah to Donahue, magazine covers and nearly every major newspaper in America. Then came a highly successful lecture series at universities and corporations nationwide, motivated by Paris' deep belief in equal rights for every American citizen.

    At the lecture podium, Paris brings the same philosophies which made him an internationally renowned athlete and continue to bring him success after bodybuilding. He doesn't just talk about overcoming adversity; his life is an ongoing example of it. Paris uses his own struggle as a gay man in a straight world as a launching pad for issues relevant in today's America. Issues such as self-esteem, family, gay marriage, work place discrimination, gays in the military, gays in athletics and a broad range of other timely topics are discussed with warmth, humor and insight.



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