Jason Ellis Says Bi Guys Get No Respect

by The Editors on December 18, 2019

Former pro skateboarder, MMA tough guy, and Sirius Radio host Jason Ellis, one of our favorite early 90s skaters, reportedly reaffirmed his bi-sexuality in October 2019. Now according to essay for Advocate, he says the LGBTQ community is completely unaccepting of him, according to a story in the New York Daily News.

In a touching opinion piece published in the Advocate Tuesday, the Australian-born record-breaking skateboarder — who’s “lucky enough to be able to have sex with men,” and that who’s now “married to a woman I love,” slammed the LGBTQ community for not accepting — or even believing in — bisexual men. . . I just don’t feel like I’m welcome in the community right now. When men I have sex with find out I’m married to a woman they tell me things like, “it’s just a phase,” and “you’ll be gay eventually.” They tell me bisexuality doesn’t exist. They tell me what I do and how I define myself don’t exist,” he wrote.

It appears that no matter what his venue Ellis continues to be a solid outsider. For more details on the man, check out his most recent autobiography Still Awesome: The Trials and Tribulations of an Egotistical Maniac.

[Link: New York Daily News & The Advocate]

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jack January 7, 2020 at 1:22 am

Nobody cares who you sleep with. Aren’t there fires to be concerned with? Look for arsonist!

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