Vikings’ Adrian Peterson recently said about gay marriage: “I’m not with it.” He made his opinion known during an interview on Sirius/XM radio, explaining that even though he has gay family members and friends, his beliefs do not support gay marriage.
On Thursday, Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, expressed his opinion on gay marriage: “To each his own, I’m not with it”, he said. “But I have relatives that, you know, are gay. I’m not biased toward them. I still treat them the same. I love them. But again, I’m not with that. That’s not something that I believe in. But to each his own.”
Peterson’s opinion is in total opposition with his former teammate’s, Chris Kluwe, who has been and continues to be an advocate of gay marriage rights. You’d expect that their opposite views would make create tension between the two, but they are actually friends. “It hurt me to see him leave”, says Peterson of Kluwe, describing him as “different”, “really cool” and “one of the smartest guys I’ve ever been around.”