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ESPN Televises Same Sex Kiss During Pro Bowling Tournament

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Last weekend, ESPN televised a kiss between a professional athlete and his spouse, which ordinarily would be no big deal. This kiss was a little bit different, though. See what the circumstances were after the jump.

 

The same sex kiss was shared between Scott Norton, the winner of the 2012 PBA Chameleon Championship, and his husband Craig Woodward

It’s true that we live in a very politically correct world these days, but do you think that a very popular, extremely masculine television network like ESPN should have televised a same sex embrace and kiss? Does the kiss offend you or is it acceptable in this day and age? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

 

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