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Boitano: Olympic Message Of Tolerance, Diversity Is "So Strong"
Published January 2, 2014
Boitano said of the possibility that Olympic athletes will speak out on gay rights: “I encourage everybody to do what they feel is best for themselves. I never thought that I would be coming out in this way and in a matter of 10 hours, I decided to do it. That was what was right for me at this time and so I tell everybody that I think that they should do what’s right for them at their correct time” (“Today,” NBC, 1/2).