Although there will be no openly out players in the 2014 World Cup, a recent poll suggests that majority of fans are ready for a change.
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The manager of one of world's most prominent soccer clubs, in a recent interview, expressed his support for gay soccer players.
Although these athlete will not participate in the World Cup in Brazil, it is important to highlight key athletes as they help pave the pave for equality in sports all over the world.
In a poignant article posted on Outsports, former William Jessup University distance runner Anthony Villarreal details his story of his emotional discovery of his sexual orientation, coming out to his unaccepting Christian mother and peers, and finally being kicked out of college only 8 classes away from receiving his bachelor degree.