The public relations director of the San Francisco 49ers is looking for a new job after a training video on "diversity" that he produced and which was intended for viewing only by the team's players was leaked to the press and onto the air. The video was apparently intended to instruct them on how to deal with San Francisco's large gay and Asian populations, and was commissioned after running back Garrison Hearst created a storm of controversy with an anti-homosexual comment. The video, however, contained numerous gay stereotypes, including a "wedding" between two topless women who engage in heavy petting at the altar and a scene in which a Chinese man says that his name is Suck. "My brother's name is Suck Young -- my whole family Suck." P.R. Director Kirk Reynolds told the San Francisco Chronicle: "I didn't make this for public consumption. The ideas of the tape are appropriate for the locker room -- though some of the subjects were inappropriate for the values of this organization, and mine frankly."