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Scott Fujita - Quotes

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I look at my grandparents and what they dealt with in the Japanese internment in Arizona. That sense of perseverance, of making the best out of an incredibly bad situation, has always been something I drew inspiration from. I always ask myself, 'What in the world do I have to complain about?' ---->>>

By in large in this country the issue of gay rights and equality should be past the point of debate. Really, there should be no debate anymore.

By in large in this country the issue of gay rights and equality should be past the point of debate. Really, there should be no debate anymore.

Just because I'm in favor of gay rights doesn't mean that I'm gay or doesn't mean I'm some kind of 'sissy' or something. That's the language that you hear in locker rooms. ---->>>

In articulating all my feelings about marriage equality, I almost don't know where to begin. And perhaps that's part of the problem. Why do we have to explain ourselves when it comes to issues of fairness and equality? Why is common sense not enough? ---->>>

Jesus Christ to me, is probably the most compassionate and revolutionary thinker of all time. ---->>>

The first time I had a baked potato, I was eight years old at a friend's house. Most white kids growing up have a baked potato every day. I didn't even know what to do with it, how to open it. I was the only white kid in high school eating octopus. ---->>>

The way the team and the community embraced us when we first arrived, and the way they continue to do so, even today, shows how deep this connection is. I'm honored to be a part of this organization and so proud to retire as a New Orleans Saint. ---->>>

I think for far too long there was this perception, or I guess I would call it a misperception, that our locker rooms in the NFL are extremely homophobic, and that could not be further from the truth. ---->>>

It's important for closet gay athletes everywhere, not just at the professional level, but more importantly athletes at the younger level in high school and college, to understand they do have support around them and that they can come out and feel comfortable. And honestly, that is going to help save lives. ---->>>

People ask me a question, I'll give them my opinion. I never claimed to have all the answers. ---->>>

For some of my friends who raise personal objections to marriage equality, they still recognize the importance of being accepting. And many of them also recognize that regardless of what they choose to believe or practice at home or at their church, that doesn't give them the right to discriminate. ---->>>

I recognize the fact that I don't have one single drop of Japanese blood in my body. But I've always felt half-Japanese at heart. ---->>>

My father is a Japanese-American and my mother is a Caucasian. So obviously, New Year's Day is big for our family, you know, oshogatsu. We had obon festivals every year. All those things. ---->>>

You know, people do call it homophobia, and even that term alone is interesting to me. Because I don't even know how they call it homophobia, because that's a fear of the same. It's more heterophobia. It's a fear of something different from yourself. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 04-28, 1979
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Occupation: Athlete
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Scott Anthony Fujita (/fuːˈdʒiːtə/; born April 28, 1979) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fifth round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played 11 seasons for the Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns (wikipedia)