Former New Zealand rugby player Campbell Johnstone becomes first All Black to come out as gay
CNN — Former New Zealand rugby player Campbell Johnstone became the first All Black to come out publicly as gay, in an interview with TVNZ’s Seven Sharp on Monday.
Johnstone – who played three Test matches for New Zealand, including two against the British and Irish Lions in 2005 – said he told his friends and family “a long time ago” before making the announcement on the show.
“If I can be the first All Black that comes out as gay and take away the pressure and stigma surrounding the issue it can actually help other people,” Johnstone said.Read More
- January 31, 2023
- By Sammy Mngqosini
- Source: www.cnn.com
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