February 11, 2009, - 12:48 pm

This is “Gay Rights”?: Lesbo Discrimination Against Heteros Goes On a Lot in Hoops; Now Happening @ Homeland Security?

By Debbie Schlussel
Plenty of readers sent me the story of a straight Central Michigan University women’s basketball player suing the school and its butch-looking coach, alleging lesbian discrimination against her.
My first reaction is: There’s actually a straight college women’s basketball player?
My second reaction is: This is news to you?
Cuz’ it’s not news to me. This isn’t the first instance or lawsuit concerning reported lesbian discrimination against the few straight chicks in women’s hoops.
As I noted almost a decade ago and repeatedly on this site, when Nancy Lieberman–then Nancy Lieberman-Cline (she was married to a . . . guy, then)–coached the Detroit Shock WNBA basketball team, players told Sports Illustrated that Lieberman was carrying on a lesbian affair with her player, Anna DeForge, and that Lieberman favored DeForge over other players with regard to playing time, etc. The players alleged that she specifically favored lesbian players over straight ones.


CMU Hoops Coach Sue Guevara Sports Lesbo-Chic Brushcut of Predatory Discrimination

And there have been other complaints and lawsuits similar to the one in the news today, regarding former player Brooke Heike’s suit against CMU and coach Sue Guevara.
This kind of thing–gay discrimination against straight people–goes on all the time. But, sadly, the mainstream media doesn’t like to point it out because it goes against their orthodox narrative of gays as victims. It happens in the workplace, on the playing field, and everywhere else. Gays are not necessarily victims. In fact, plenty of times, they are perpetrators of discrimination.
But the mainstream media says nothing. It doesn’t bother them that college women’s basketball coaches–frequently lesbians–often use their teams as dating pools. But have a male college women’s basketball coach hit on a player, and we’ll hear about it endlessly. The lesbian women coaches think they are men and they overdo the male act. They’re more predatory than any male you could imagine. I used to hear endless stories about this from female athletes, when I was a tutor at the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department, while I was in grad school.
That’s why everyone thinks this lawsuit is news. It’s actually same-old, same-old of a frequently recurring instance of predatory lesbian coaches, who never feel the pressure of media scrutiny and instead only get undeserved accolades for achieving-while-butch.
You’ll see the same thing at the Department of Homeland Security, where “The Lesbionic Woman” a/k/a Janet Napolitano has already hired and promoted a number of unqualified women to prominent positions of power. Are these women qualified?
Or are they her next date to the Dinah Shore Classic and the WNBA All-Star Game?

6 Responses

Sue Guevera is actually Joe Pesci’s Stunt-Double when she’s not chasing skirts… err… big-ass shorts.

Yiddish Steel on February 11, 2009 at 2:24 pm

Sue Guevara and Che Guevara. Ring any bell?

Bobby's Brain on February 11, 2009 at 2:49 pm

Just look (or not) at lesbian sex predator Ellen Degenerate. It amazes me every time a straight woman goes on that show they seem to be more submissive to her. It is so bizarre the mannerisms some women take to butch lesbians. But society is trained never to question the motives of “victims”. They continue to con society they are victims and people roll over for them.
So lesbians will say they are attracted to other women. (“we are born this way” is what they say) Men are browbeat in every job about sexual harassment in the workplace. Departments are created because of sexual harassment. However when it comes to lesbians or gays, this can never be brought up. You are “stereotyping” HOMOSEXUALS if you bring this up.
As for Nappy Napalitano, her name was mentioned as a female replacement for Judge Ginsburg when she retires in the next four or eight years. Puke!!

californiascreaming on February 11, 2009 at 5:58 pm

From experience in dealing with some WNBA players in my business, you are correct on this, DS. Lesbianism is rampant in their ranks.
I hope others will publicize the things you are pointing out here–it is a major scandal that should be exposed and stopped–in more places than just the B-ball court as you point out.

BB on February 11, 2009 at 11:22 pm

Does anyone remember hearing about Pokey Chapman, the former head coach of the women’s basketball team at Louisiana State University? In 2007, she resigned under pressure after it was revealed that she was having a sexual relationship with a player.

Defeat_Islam! on February 12, 2009 at 3:14 am

There is a legacy of theft in this family. Mom used to steal supplies and had for DECADES!!! To maximize damage they likely told her why::::::To establish this legacy of theft so they can justify pushing me into stealing, ensuring indifference from society’s elite who will be positioned to be involved in this Situation.
They offered him the temptation of maximizing the prices he commands by pushing people into buying at above market value. And I suspect his selling history will attest to this. Not to mention the two $20 Starbucks gift cards he stole out of my car.
Don’t forget::There are no secrets with this technology!!!
Think this will shut the tough guy up? Because I can go on about his schitzophrenia and how it makes him more likely to be a recidivist pediophile.
His parents were both good but became corrupted. As a result, he is good as well. Unfortunately, he became corrupted and subscribed to evil. The result is this internal battle of good and evil that he experieces as schitzophrenia.
And, like so many of you, he will do EVERYTHING he is told. The difference is they will ask him because of his morbid disfavor.
Just like his mom::::She lit her own house on fire intentionally.

Thank you, all of you, for stealing my jewelry. And they intend to do the same with the house.
May I remind you they flew to the Far East and the SouthPacific during the 50s in the context of their employment. Access to nice jewelry dirt cheap was likely at their disposal.
It was better than Mexico in the 70s!!!
I wash my hands of you all. And it was very interesting how you corrupted your children to play a part, sitting them down to divy up the costume jewelry. Or how they scurried upstairs, as if by cue, when that lush was screaming in my face.
Enjoy your “alcoholic haze”. Comes through LOUD AND CLEAR. Your employer thanked me for giving you this warning, so be prepared.
I wish I threw it in her face when she was screaming at me. I wonder if it would have shut her up?

Horney!!! on October 27, 2009 at 2:14 pm

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