Ex NFL’s Larry Johnson Alludes To NFL Having A Gay Agenda-IS IT TRUE?

Former NFL star, Larry Johnson sounded off on social media revealing his speculation of a “effeminate agenda” in the NFL and NBA with homosexuality. The former Kansas City Chiefs star running back, fired off a series of tweets following a recent player opening up on his sexuality. In his tweets, Johnson claims the LGBTQ is making its way into professional sports,

“There is an Effeminate Agenda going on amongst the NBA & NFL elite, peddled by high ranking Masons/handlers to indoctrinate the heterosexual sports world without them knowing, for the buying power of the LGBTQ community…But we not ready to have that conversation yet.”

He continues adding the alleged agenda of each sport. He tweets,


– The Vogue Fashion show you now get, from the team bus/car to the locker room. Most of the outfits you think for 16 year old boys not 6’6 30+ men. 

– The softening of play, everyone’s a 3pt. Shooter. – Noticeable weight loss to fit the feminine archetype.”

As far as the professional football agenda, Johnson tweets,


-Michael Sams was the gauge to see where society was at. (Planned)

– Commercial, two aggressive men having a powder blue/ pink cupcake business.

– Feminine behavior over lil things like (Helmets)

– Same fashion show to locker room using only Receivers/QB/DBs (archetype)”

He ends his tweets touching on the increasing number of domestic violence in the NFL.


October is LGBTQ History month, the NFL players wear pink that month. 

They want you to think Breast Cancer, but they show you they don’t care much about women, look at the treatment of domestic violence issues.”

After sharing his conspiracy, many took offense to Johnson’s claims. The former NFL’er kindly shrugged off critics after his comments.

Johnson was a one-time All-Pro selection and a two-time Pro Bowler during his NFL career. He played for the Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins.

-Thanks #TruthSeeker and JasmineBrand

You see a global sport that’s build on the stigma of being the biggiest hetorsexual and the most dominate sport. Maybe a cover up for a bigger agenda. Because I personally know several gay men that play football.

Mark Brennan a columnist said this back in 2013.

When I was a child, even though I paraded around my parents’ living room wearing pink pants while singing the entire score from The Sound of Music on repeat, I always had an affinity for America’s favorite pastime, football. My grandaddy was a diehard fan of the Washington Redskins and made damn sure that each and every one of his grandchildren shared his love for the burgundy and gold. Long after he passed, I moved to New York, and even though I continued to parade around in pink pants singing show tunes, my love for the Redskins never waned. Yes, “Piece of Me” by Britney Spears has been played on my iPod 1,352 times, but I also know that after 33 carries for 200 yards, Alfred Morris set a franchise record in rushing yards during the Redskins’ final game of the season. Yes, I spend most Sunday mornings enjoying brunch at some of New York’s most famous eateries, but when the rest of my friends are “liking” pictures on Instagram, I’m constantly pressing “refresh” on my Yahoo Sportstacular app, to make sure I know who’s winning what game. Within one 24-hour time frame I posted status updates on Facebook that communicated not only how overjoyed I was that All My Children and One Life to Live were coming back but how upset I was that my beloved Redskins had lost their playoff game to the Seattle Seahawks. It’s something my friends never understood, even though I’ve tried to explain to them time and time again that football is a gay man’s best friend. So many of the things that go down on Sunday afternoons between September and December are homoerotic that it’s a wonder that more gay men aren’t football fans.

Here are five reasons why he believe football is indeed America’s gayest pastime:

1. The fact that you can day drink: We gays love to enjoy a spirit or two; however, getting trashed at brunch is gauche, and if you drink too much, you friends will call you an alcoholic. However, getting blackout drunk at 1 p.m. on a Sunday while watching football is not only excepted but a requirement. It’s not uncommon for those ramped-up football fans to partake in one too many adult beverages during the Lord’s day while a good championship rivalry is going down. And if you pass out before 5 p.m., no one judges you for your excess.

2. The Super Bowl: The Super Bowl is literally the gayest event of the year. This year, not only was it announced that Beyoncé would be performing during the halftime festivities, but it was rumored that she would be reunited with the former members of Destiny’s Child. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever heard of anything gayer. Oh, wait, I have, because Madonna headlined the event last year.

3. The men: I don’t know about the rest of you, but watching grown men wearing tights and beating the shit out of each other brings me instant gratification. I don’t understand why more gay men don’t enjoy a sport that consists of men wrestling each other for an hour, but I suppose that’s just me.

4. The drama: Personally, I believe the best part of Sunday afternoons happens before the games even start. Each and every network that hosts NFL games has its own theme music equipped with avatars of the players looking super-pissed and out for blood. Not only that, but words like “anticipated,” “heated,” “longstanding rivalry” and “payback” are thrown around with the greatest of ease during the promotion of each upcoming game. It’s so overly dramatic, and I personally can’t get enough. If you threw Madeleine Stowe up there with the dramatic lighting and ominous music, you’d think you were watching a preview for Revenge, not FOX’s NFL Sunday.

5. Tom Brady: I couldn’t care less about the New England Patriots, but let’s face facts: The man is gorgeous. I would honestly watch him sell manure to a pig farmer in North Dakota for hours on end. That chiseled face, those pearly white teeth and the fact that he always looks fresh with hair product even after he takes off his helmet makes him a god, and every gay man should bow down in thanks.

6. The sexual innuendos: Not only do these hardworking men beat the crap out of each other for a living, but for whatever reason they also love slapping each other on the ass. Get a couple of Green Bay Packers up in there, and it’s better than any gay porn I’ve ever paid for — and it’s free!

He ends it saying this…

So although my love of the Julie Andrews canon of musical theater and primetime soaps from the 1980s continues (I’ll do anything for a Falcon Crest should out… holler!), I have to say that I think it’s about time that the rest of my contemporaries jump on the football bandwagon, because, come next September, I will be leading the charge as my love for the Redskins continues. Sure, they have the most racially offensive name in all of sports, and sure, they consistently make it to the playoffs only to lose horribly in the end, but I will be there in full support with my pink Redskins hat on, supporting not only the Skins but breast cancer awareness, and I will have the biggest smile on my face, because nothing makes me happier than cheering on my favorite team.

Now, I must say he does have a point. But will they ever bring light to the hidden agenda to football. But history tell us, that it indeed originate in Rome in referenced to Roman Ball that now the europeans and so on also call it football. But you actually use your foot. It slowly turned it into a game whereas you get the ball by any means necessary. After a group of college men in 1869 decided to bend the rules a little and allow you to use your hands as well. These college men from Princeton and Rugbers were known to be undercover gay men. The idea to release tension and jump on men and so on, felt good in a world that opposed gays. With that being said…

How do feel about this? Is there a hidden agenda to football?

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