Justifying bigotry, it's what we do, starring Michael Medved. This week's topic... Tim Hardaway and gay-free locker rooms.
The analogy is ridiculous, of course. There is no rational basis for discomfort at playing with athletes of another race since science and experience show that human racial differences remain insignificant. The much better analogy for discomfort at gay teammates involves the widespread (and generally accepted) idea that women and men shouldn’t share locker rooms.
Just as the differences between gay and straight men remain amazingly similar. Ah, yes, the half-cooked logic that all gay men are inherently shower rapists and can't resist a nice towel-wrapped set of buns. Right, forgot about that.
The ill-favored, grossly overweight female is the right counterpart to a gay male because, like the homosexual, she causes discomfort due to the fact that attraction can only operate in one direction. She might well feel drawn to the straight guys with whom she’s grouped, while they feel downright repulsed at the very idea of sex with her.
You insulting fuckwit.
there's more... but as Michael's deep fear of causing arousal in a member of the same sex overcomes him, the stupidity and unwillingness to see past the what for the who becomes untenable.