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It's no secret that today's hectic lifestyle makes it next to impossible to find that someone special.“The fact I’m getting death threats just for going to a rodeo is disgusting and these people are the scum of the earth.I have zero respect for them.” The Gay Cowboy was set up by Goyne in response to statistics he read about the disproportionately high suicide rates among LGBT people in rural Australia.“I’m an out and proud cowboy doing what I can for the rural LGBT community,” he adds.“They think they’re going to silence me, but there’s no chance in hell.