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DALLAS — NFL Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin, is on the cover of LGBT magazine “Out” to promote equality for homosexuals. Irvin is also interviewed in the magazine and discusses his gay brother who died. He also speaks about his support for gay marriage.

ESPN reports:

“I don’t see how any African-American, with any inkling of history, can say that you don’t have the right to live your life how you want to live your life,” he said, according to the magazine. “No one should be telling you who you should love, no one should be telling you who you should be spending the rest of your life with. When we start talking about equality, and everybody being treated equally, I don’t want to know an African-American who will say everybody doesn’t deserve equality.”

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