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Women's Basketball, Scandals and Toxic Lesbianism

Nov 19, 2017 10:15 am
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Smutty knows as well as you that women's basketball and carpet-munching go hand-in-lesbian-hand. Former Stanford basketball star Candice Wiggins confirmed it earlier this year. As published by The San Diego Union-Tribune, Wiggins claimed that 98 percent of the WNBA American professional basketball league was gay. She also claimed that, simply because she was heterosexual, she was treated horribly by the other players during her 8-year career.
   
Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge...People were deliberately trying to hurt me all of the time. I had never been called the B-word so many times in my life than I was in my rookie season. I’d never been thrown to the ground so much. The message was: ‘We want you to know we don’t like you.’
- Candice Wiggins, Feb 20, 2017, The San Diego Union-Tribune
Wiggins also said that WNBA culture was "very, very harmful" and "toxic", and that it encouraged women to look and act like men.

Judging by the scandals enumerated below, it seems that women's college basketball in the US is not much different. Both coaches and players, straights and lesbians, take it to the hole strong!



Tyler Summitt, The Wizard of Knocksville

The late Pat Summitt was the coach of the University of Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team and one of the most accomplished and respected coaches ever. Her stern demeanor and extreme discipline was captured on a 1998 Sports Illustrated magazine cover, titled The Wizard of Knoxville. Her son Tyler, at the age of 23, became the coach of the Louisiana Tech University women's basketball team in April 2014. Then in April 2016, he stepped down because he got one of his players pregnant...while he was married.

Pokey Chatman, Appropriately Named

Louisiana State University had one of the best college teams in the 2000s decade, but their head coach Pokey Chatman was also forced to resign after allegedly getting it on with a player. Her next grab was for a lawyer who implied discrimination and demanded that Chatman get paid for the remaining $900,000 that she would have made in the following 2 years...had she actually coached. According to local station WAFB, the lawyer even claimed that in her own investigation that she had uncovered other cases of discrimination at LSU and threatened to file another suit asking for damages. They eventually settled for $160,000.
   
We had substantial indications that it went well beyond -- well beyond -- Coach Berry's assertions about what had gone on here. We had other assertions, admissions. Coach Chatman had made admissions about her conduct to multiple people on this campus including her colleagues in the athletic department. Those have all been documented and so it's not just one assistant coach's word against Coach Chatman.
- Charles Zewe, LSU spokesman, WAFB

Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson, A Love Story

In 2009, Baylor University unleashed their 6'9', deep-voiced "woman" on the college basketball world. Her name was Brittney Griner. They punked all the more female teams for four years, and even won the National Championship in 2012, finally getting around the talent-monopolistic UConn team (thanks to Notre Dame). It was then off the 98-percent league, where Griner found not only society's liberal token money but sexual fulfillment. Of course, it was a lesbian crush, for 6'3' fellow WNBA player Glory Johnson.



On April 22, 2017, the two giantesses had a no-holds barred slugfest in their Arizona home. TMZ released the 911 call made by Glory's sister, while the happy couple was throwing plates and bowls at each other. They also obtained pictures of the cuts and injuries to each. The cops arrested them for domestic violence and added a couple of mug shots to LGBT History. Griner pleaded guilty but was only suspended for seven games. Of course, if a straight male athlete had done the same he would have been suspended for months and endlessly vilified by the media.

No matter, Brittney and Glory soon married, on May 8th...and then Brittney predictably filed for annulment 28 days later. Why? Well you see, besides the whole blood-letting incident, Glory had become pregnant with twins by in-vitro fertilization by donated sperm. Brittney also claimed that Glory was additionally getting it directly from a man, a relationship that she supposedly discovered after their marriage. Finally, in her usual 6-foot-9-inch victim mode, Brittney claimed she was "pressured into marriage under duress" by Glory's "threatening statements".

Chamique Holdsclaw, Breaking Through, Shot After Shot

Sometimes butchness comes from those in whom we least expect it. Chamique Holdsclaw seemed feminine enough during her legendary college career at Tennessee, where she won 3 National Championships. She wore jersey number 23 for the famous chapter in Psalms, was admired by the nation, and loved her grandmother.

In 1999, Chamique graduated and made a poor career choice by joining the WNBA. Bearing a susceptible and troubled nature, perhaps contributed to by the abscence of her parents during childhood, she at some point gave into becoming another 98-percent-league lesbian.

In the middle of the 2007 season, Holdsclaw walked away from her Los Angeles Sparks team with little explanation. She resurfaced in 2009 with the Atlanta Dream, where she played, literally and figuratively, with younger teammate Jennifer Lacy. In March of the next year, Holdsclaw demanded a trade and refused to report. She then signed with San Antonio's munch squad for one year, before retiring a second and final time.

Ominously, Holdsclaw began to work as a mental health advocate and, on March 7, 2012, released her autobiography titled Breaking Through: Beating the Odds Shot after Shot. This was to soon become the second most ironically titled book of its genre, ranking just below Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story.

Lacy was at a church gym, in November 2012, when her ex-girlfriend Chamique unassumedly asked if she could put some things in Lacy's Range Rover SUV. When Lacy began to drive she noticed that her car smelled like an Exxon station. Chamique had poured gasoline in the back, presumably to try to blow it up with Lacy inside! About this time, Lacy looked in the rear view mirror and realized that she was being followed.

Lacy stopped at a friend's house, which is when Chamique jumped out of her car and started breaking Lacy's windows with a baseball bat. She shattered the vehicle's driver's side, rear passenger, and rear windows, all with Lacey at or hiding under the wheel. Chamique then returned to her car...and pulled out a 9mm! (gun, not prosthetic)

Holdsclaw began firing at the back passenger window of Lacy's SUV, which police think was an attempt to ignite an explosion. Of course, the bullets did not cause the gasoline to explode. Remarkably, Lacey was unharmed. Holdsclaw fled the scene and was later charged with assault, criminal damage, and possession of a firearm. She pled guilty and got a girl-friendly sentence of 3 years probation and a $3,000 fine. She was soon enough back to lecturing children on mental health.


Smutty is the author of the best-selling book, 100 Things To Do That Are More Fun Than Sticking Your Dick into a Cigarette Lighter. Abandoned by his mother days after hatching, he has a life goal of making the world feel his pain. Hates faggy sports leagues like the NBA and NFL, likes to bitch-slap liberals, and generally disapproves of feminists and other degenerate bitches.

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Posted by HeadAssClown Nov 21, 2017
06:49:09 pm
Tyler Summitt grew up with college girls hanging all over him constantly, and many of the Tennessee Lady Vols were actually cute. At least he did not turn out gay. However this probably does not bode well for young men who want to coach women's college basketball teams, as the athletic directors will remember this case. They will not want to be played for a fool again, as unfair as that is to the young men who could coach these teams well.

As for Griner, she needs to stop crying about bullying and start bullying. She is 2 feet taller than many women in this world.

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