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We didn’t get anything, but we had fun.” Growing up, Clark can’t recall role models for a young man with his orientation.“The first experience where it really scared the heck out of me was when I was 12.” That was when Clark came upon some high school boys sunning themselves on the football field. I pushed it down deep and pretended it didn’t exist.” Throughout school and college, Clark kept his urges to himself.It was like, ‘Wow.’ I’d never had a dating experience, much less a love experience.” Clark followed Jason to New York, attended New York University in Manhattan’s ultratolerant Greenwich Village, but found that city life wasn’t for him.“There was too much of everything, especially stress,” he says.U got to sought him out when U get older or don't look in the mirror.Glad I am a dart player, proper men."His comments were widely criticised and condemned by other Twitter users including ex-Crewe forward Steve Walters, one of the footballers who has waived his anonymity and alleged he was sexually abused as a youth player.And like ‘s lovers, Clark is also gay—which sometimes makes him feel like a stranger on his own land.“Sure, it’s hard being in a place with so few people who are gay,” he says. Now I just understand it as a fact of life.” That particular fact doesn’t sit well with everyone in the land of the Marlboro Man. Dak., as ranching a community as you can get, and I’ve never encountered anything like a gay cowboy,” says professional rodeo rider Frank Thompson, 38, who now lives in Cheyenne, Wyo.
“Most gay guys I know don’t like to hunt,” Ben Clark says over a breakfast of over-easy eggs and hot chocolate in Rexburg, Idaho, “though I did take one gay guy I met last year to hunt elk on the edge of the Big Sandy River in Wyoming.Sky Sports has dropped Eric Bristow as a pundit, after the former darts star made hugely controversial comments about the victims of the English football sexual abuse scandal.This month, more than 20 ex-footballers have waived their right to anonymity to come forward and make allegations of child sexual abuse by coaches."He was a contributor to our darts coverage in the past but we will not be using him in the future," a Sky spokesperson told "Might be a looney, but if some football coach was touching me when I was a kid as I got older, I would have went back and sorted that poof out," he said on Twitter, before writing: "Sorry, meant paedo not poof."Bet the rugby boys are OK ha ha...Ben Clark never dreamed he would see what was playing out onscreen.Yet there it was, as if taken from his life: the Wyoming setting, with its rugged mountains, meadows and buttes.