Wednesday, October 26, 2005


NEW YORK (AP) - Houston Comets forward Sheryl Swoopes is opening up about being a lesbian, telling a magazine that she's "tired of having to hide my feelings about the person I care about."
Since the start of the WNBA, the league as a whole has been picked on by mainly men as being full of lesbians. However, these women do the same thing their male counterparts do but the men never have their sexuality questioned. Either way should it matter if they are good players? Swoopes is a great player shouldn't that be all that counts. She is still a positive role model. Many little girls who have dreams of basketball can learn great skills from her. People should be able to be themselves as long as they are causing no damage to others.


Blogger Billy Jones said...

You're right, all that should matter is are they good players and do they behave in a lawful and respectful manner, and I for one, see nothing wrong with a woman being a lesbian.

The world needs to be open to the idea that all of us are not the same and that it's our differences that make us worth knowing.

4:45 PM  

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