- We think its a good idea but not for us,say footballers
Yep seems the issue isn’t with Stonewall, laces or the campaign in general but Paddy Power’s involvement.
It’s certainly the pretext.
TBF, anything to do with commercial endorsements, sponsorship and uniforms is such big business and touchy that you’d have to approach it with a bit of insight if you wanted it to work.Posted 4 years agoprojectMember
How limp wristed and weak willed not to support possibly fellow players,supporters,and sponsors,by the simple use of coloured laces,and get the message accross people are still being discriminated in sport because of their sexuality.
I trust you’ll be sporting rainbow laces on all your work shoes from now to help get the message across too.
Absolutely no problem with that, just need somewhere to buy them. anyone else intresdted if i find a supply.
No, thoyught so, dress code etc as an excuse, but not for cycling shoes, or trainers.Posted 4 years agoIanMunroMember
No, thoyught so, dress code etc as an excuse, but not for cycling shoes, or trainers.
No excuse needed by me, I just wouldn’t wear them.Posted 4 years ago
Along with pink ribbons, white ribbons, black ribbons, yellow wristbands, poppies etc. It’s just tokenism imo.
FYI there’s plenty of rainbow laces on ebay – just checked.
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