During the 2009 – 2010 football season, Scott Fujita, then linebacker for the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, endorsed the National Equality March for LGBT rights in Washington D.C. He again made his opinion clear when an ad for Mancrunch, a gay dating service, was rejected by CBS rather than aired during the 2010 Super Bowl. Fujita, whose adoptive father was born in an Arizona internment camp for Japanese people during WW2, discusses his stance on same-sex adoption, and insists that children belong in loving homes regardless of whether parents are gay or straight. Scott Fujita now plays for the Cleveland Browns. He and his wife are the proud parents of twin daughters.
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