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Homophobic and racist posts by WWE star Lars Sullivan resurface

Homophobic and racist posts by WWE star Lars Sullivan resurface

Lars Sullivan homophobic posts WWE

A series of homophobic and racist posts by professional wrestler Lars Sullivan have resurfaced.

Sullivan, real name Dylan Miley, posted several racist, sexist and homophobic comments on forum BodyBuilding.com between 2007 and 2014.

According to Ring Side News, he posted under two usernames – Disenfranchised and Elperfecto, with the former being deactivated.

However, the comments have resurfaced again, throwing Sullivan under the spotlight.

In a post from 2012, he stated that if his co-worker came out as gay, he ‘would draw the line and make him feel like a worthless outcast of society’.

A history of homophobia and racism

One of the quotes are: ‘Every time I hear a man say that pussy smells like **** I cringe because I automatically assume they’re a closeted homosexual repressing their true intuitions.’

He also said: ‘I don’t have actually have any true hateful feelings for gay people, but it’s just a part of my sense of humor I like to explore.

‘Homophobia, racism, sexism, these are all hilarious things to make light of in the right environment (among other straight men).’

Not settling just on homophobia, he also posted racist comments, such as: ‘Some blacks want to take advantage of their great grandparents misfortunes, and they want a piece of the pity pie.

‘Instead of taking some responsibility, they choose to attack the white man and say we must take care of them financially.’

Sullivan also made questionable remarks about consent: ‘There’s a grey area when it comes to sexual intercourse and rape. There’s 100% complete consensual sex when a woman will rip off her clothes and jump on you, then there’s levels that don’t quite reach 100% consent.

‘Most women like men to take control.’

These comments originally surfaced early last year. However, no action was taken against him.

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