Jake Daniels a role model for young people, says Blackpool Pride

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Jake Daniels is a Role Model For Young People‚ Says Pride Blackpool

LGBT+ community in Blackpool has hailed a new gay icon after he came out as gay and attended the town's Pride festival. Jake Daniels is a young gay man who came out in a brave and public gesture. 50‚000 people are following him on Twitter‚ which is no mean feat. Pride Blackpool has hailed Jake as a role model for young people‚ who may be afraid to be themselves.

Jake Daniels is a role model for young people

Gay footballer Jake Daniels has come out as a gay man‚ paving the way for many young men to come out in the future. According to the treasurer of the Mersey Marauders Football Club‚ Francis Wight‚ Jake Daniels' decision to come out is a positive step for football. He said that Jake is the first openly gay male footballer in 30 years. Despite being an iconic figure in the gay community‚ the gay star is not a mainstream figure. He has a loyal following of fans‚ and Blackpool Pride believes that he is a positive role model for young people. But the public does not believe him. The club's owner‚ Jeremy Stubbs‚ says that Jake is an example for many young gay people. The Football Association has praised Daniels' decision‚ saying he is a role model for young people and shows that being open about your sexuality is important. Prince William‚ the president of the Football Association‚ has said that football should be open to everyone. The footballer's openness is a role model for young people‚ so Blackpool Pride is proud to support him. Although Jordan Daniels has only played a minute for Blackpool against Peterborough in a match this season‚ his impact on the game has already been immense. The young Blackpool forward is the first openly gay player since Justin Fashanu was out in 1990. Those words have helped Jake Daniels become a role model for many young people. There is no doubt that he is a positive role model for LGBT youth.

His family is a role model for young people

The pro-LGBTQ footballer James Daniels has come out as gay. The footballer has been open about being gay since he was six years old. He took months to come out to his family and to LGBTQ charity Stonewall. Now‚ his family and friends are helping him fight for equality. Blackpool Pride hopes the young footballer's story will inspire other young people. This article originally appeared in The Sun. Blackpool Pride has been proud to celebrate this new chapter in their history. Not only is Jake Daniels an example of open acceptance‚ but his family is also a role model for young people. We are so proud to celebrate Jake and his family's positive impact on our town‚ says Jack Daniels. His family has worked with Stonewall and relevant footballing organizations to raise awareness of gay issues. The Blackpool Football Club has also supported his cause. In 1990‚ Justin Fashanu became the first openly gay male footballer in the UK. Sadly‚ he took his own life a few months later. The gay footballer has won a professional contract with Blackpool FC. He also played for the youth team and led the team to the FA Youth Cup quarterfinals. In one game‚ he scored against Chelsea's youth team. His family has come out to the public and said Jake is a role model for young people. Jake's parents and sister are supportive of the footballer‚ and the Blackpool Pride community is backing him. Jake Daniels recently made his senior debut for Blackpool FC. His openness has sparked widespread support. His openness is a step in the right direction for the club and could make Jake a role model for young people in the future. In fact‚ it might even make him the first openly gay male footballer in the UK in 30 years. If that happens‚ the community will be proud to celebrate Jake Daniels' openness.

His decision to come out as gay is 'incredibly brave'

The Blackpool player is the first British male footballer to come out as gay since the 1990s. In a statement on Monday‚ he said: 'I'm proud to come out as gay. I'm very happy to be myself. I want to be a role model for others.' Blackpool Pride has congratulated Jake on his brave decision. Stonewall‚ the LGBTQ+ charity‚ is proud of Jake Daniels for his decision to come out as gay. Stonewall‚ which has been campaigning for gay rights since 1989‚ has expressed its displeasure at homophobic abuse directed at the young footballer on social media. Blackpool Pride also praised Boris Johnson for tweeting his support for Daniels. The Blackpool striker Jake Daniels has recently come out as gay‚ making him the first openly gay player in the United Kingdom since 1990. He made his debut for the club earlier this month. The 17-year-old hopes to set an example for other gay football players‚ and hopes to become a role model for other gay men and boys. He hopes to become a role model for other gay footballers and one day play for the Premier League. The decision to come out is also 'brave' because the footballer has become the first active gay male in the UK since Justin Fashanu came out 32 years ago. Although no other male footballer has publicly come out during his playing career‚ his sister Amal Fashanu has set up the Justin Fashanu Foundation‚ which addresses racism and mental health issues.

He has 50‚000 followers on Twitter

The footballer Jake Daniels‚ who recently came out as gay‚ is a role model for young people. He hopes he can inspire other young people to be proud of who they are. The 25-year-old is one of the first openly gay footballers to come out in the UK since Justin Fashanu in 1990. He told Sky Sports that coming out was like taking a weight off his shoulders. The Blackpool native had known from an early age that he was gay. While there was a backlash from the football community‚ the local Blackpool Pride has embraced Daniels' decision to come out and is proud to have a player who is an openly gay role model. Blackpool's chairman‚ Anthony Daniels‚ has been a big supporter of gay football for a long time and praised his bravery in coming out. He also praised the organisation's commitment to LGBT and LGBTQ+ rights and has been an ambassador for the group for the past two years. Jordan Daniels has had a successful youth career‚ and although he's only played a minute of football for Blackpool in the match against Peterborough‚ he has already made a big impact on the sport. It's a huge step forward for the LGBT+ community in football‚ and Daniels' decision will inspire many young people to be proud of who they are. The football world has struggled to keep up with society‚ and the football world is no exception. But Jake Daniels has been a role model for young people‚ and the Blackpool Pride academy director has said that the club's young players should look up to him as an example. The team's supporters have also embraced Jake Daniels' decision to come out‚ and Blackpool FC's young fans have responded with their utmost support.

He is a young man at the start of his career

Jake Daniels is a young man at the beginning of his career and an inspiration to the rest of us‚ said the blackpool winger. He's the first gay male footballer to play in the Championship since 1990. He has a good future ahead of him and his family have been very supportive of him‚ said Blackpool Pride spokesman Mike Gardiner. The Blackpool Pride defender credited pro-LGBTQ charity Stonewall for helping him accept his sexuality. Daniels‚ who grew up in Lancashire‚ said that the first time he told his family that he was gay‚ he felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. While he knew he was gay from an early age‚ he has only recently made the decision to come out to his family. The first openly gay player in England in decades‚ Jake Daniels has come out as gay. The news has been met with widespread support‚ including from his team mates and club officials. Even Ireland's first gay Taoiseach‚ Leo Varadkar‚ tweeted about Daniels' decision. The world of football has changed since Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign in 1989. Now there's much more diversity on the field and more LGBT footballers than before. The young man at the beginning of his career has made the decision to come out as gay and is an excellent example of being openly gay and proud. His statement has been widely welcomed by Premier League players‚ politicians‚ and other figures from the worlds of entertainment and sport. Even the gay and lesbian fan group in Arsenal has expressed its support. As such‚ his statement has been welcomed and will go down in history.