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Over the last 30 days, five of the top 15 search terms leading people to Outsports have involved Lysacek: evan lysacek gay (2), is evan lysacek gay (5), evan lysacek (6), evan lysacek gay? So whether Lysacek is straight or bisexual or a closeted gay man, I can understand why he'd get a little bitchy that his nemesis, Johnny Weir, would hint something about Lysacek's sexual orientation (by the way, search terms for Johnny Weir being gay do not show up in the top 50 search terms for Outsports, but the search term "Johnny Weir" is No. Still, for Lysacek to tell Since the Olympics, I've dealt with Johnny's questioning my integrity and sexuality, and I've never spoken out on my own behalf no matter how hurtful those things may have been. Best wishes and congratulations to Johnny as he opens the new season of Ice Theatre of New York. Somebody obviously showed Lysacek the really bad press his nasty, false comment got him.
I still have the Olympic bug and I think I have one more games in me." Lysacek, who won a gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, admitted that, at 27, he's definitely "working with a different body" » Reigning Olympic champion figure skater Evan Lysacek officially announced his return to competitive skating on Friday with the goal of qualifying for a third straight Winter Games.
He originally wanted to play hockey, so his mother enrolled him and his sister Laura in figure-skating lessons to learn how to skate. He placed seventh at his first event and then won his second event.Some people wonder why so many gay men like Weir and loathe Lysacek. You never hear Weir say being called gay is "hurtful." You never see Weir lash out at someone because they intimated that he's gay or bisexual or straight or transgender.