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Out soccer stud Jake Williamson continues to inspire us with his story & his 5″ inseam

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A post shared by Matt Cameron | LGBTQ+ Confidence & Empowerment (@mattj_cam)A post shared by Jake Williamson (@jake_williamsonpt)Williamson first spoke publicly about his sexuality in December 2021, when he told the BBC LGBT Sports Podcast he was originally in denial of his same-sex attraction, due to the lack of out role models in male pro athletics.“You push it so far to the back of your mind that you never act on any sort of urges, obviously, because you personally don’t think it’s OK,” he said. “It says a lot about role models and feeling accepted in a community when there isn’t really a community to be part of.”With his own history in mind, Williamson wants to share his story with anybody who will listen.

He doesn’t want any young gay soccer player or athlete to feel isolated or alienated from the sport they love.A post shared by Jake Williamson (@jake_williamsonpt)A post shared by Jake Williamson (@jake_williamsonpt)A post shared by Jake Williamson (@jake_williamsonpt)Despite living a free and open life as a fitness influencer, Williamson has experienced discrimination in the sports space.

In an interview last year with Pink News, he said some of his teammates in a weekend Birmingham league weren’t supportive when he first told them he was gay.“I was completely shut out of the team,” Williamson said. “It’s bad enough that, in the society we live in, we get made to feel like we’re the worst thing on earth sometimes–so it’s not nice when your own football team just cuts you off.”The taunts didn’t drive Williamson away from the field, however.

They motivated him to keep showing up.“It’s bad enough that, in the society we live in, we get made to feel like we’re the worst thing on earth sometimes, so it’s not nice when.

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