Wrestler won’t apologize for gay porn photos. And why should he? Last year, All-American wrestler Paul Donahoe (University of Nebraska) was booted from the University’s team after the University learned that Donahoe and a teammate posed nude for a gay website. Paul had been on his own as a young man since high school, and did the shoot for the $4K that he earned. He says he is straight (no reason to doubt him and it’s really quite irrelevant), and that he didn’t tell anyone about the shoot because he didn’t want the attention – just needed the money. Well, the University found out and took away his scholarship and booted him off the team. Paul sat out a semester, until getting a chance to transfer to Edinboro University in PA, where he is doing fantastically well. Paul refuses to ask for forgiveness or apologize for anything he did. And why in the hell should he? The NCAA claimed – and the University claimed – he broke rules of benefiting commercially from his image as a wrestler. So, he gave the money to a charity. And that should have been the end of it. There was zero reason to kick him off the team, and therefore zero reason for him to apologize. I am not alone in assuming that his ”real crime” here was being on a gay site instead of a straight site. That, I am sure, is what the University wanted him to apologize for. And good for him that he refuses to. As he says, he’s not gay, but he couldn’t care a less about it if he was, if someone else, whatever. He says he hears ignorant chants in the matches from opposing fans, and uses them to just motivate him to kick his opponents’ asses. Which he does all the time: he’s now ranked number one in the nation in his weight class. I hope he gets to take on someone from the University of Nebraska at nationals this year. And I hope he puts their head through the floor.