Lailah. Age: 21.
This week, a lesbian college basketball coach who controls the athletic fates of her LSU players has been discovered to be sexually exploiting them … and the NYT is now concerned that this might hurt the career prospects of other lesbian coaches. The NYT article begins:. Caption: Some coaches, administrators and academics say they fear that the accusations against Chatman, right, will inflame homophobia. At its heart, L.
Cecelia. Age: 23.
She publicly turned from her lesbian lifestyle, so this college refused to hire her as a coach
When Candice Wiggins retired from the WNBA in Marchshe cited physical wear and tear on her body and said she didn't really love the game anymore. She wrote in The Players' Tribune she was happily moving on with her life. But in a story published Monday in the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Stanford graduate said she had a miserable time in her eight years playing in the WNBA, in part because of what she termed leaguewide "bullying. When contacted by espnW, she said she did not want to talk about it as she "wished for privacy and peace.
Emilie. Age: 26.
Straight WNBA star: Lesbian culture broke my spirit
Courtney Graham said everything was going smoothly with her assistant coaching job with Drake University's women's basketball team. The Bulldogs were building the program, and Graham said she was handling her recruiting and scouting responsibilities well, resulting in bonuses and positive performance reviews. That changed, she said, when she brought her now-wife to a game to sit in the family section in November
File this piece away in the category of pure conjecture. With that disclaimer, I move forward. I read with great interest the story of Elena Delle Donne.