Straight WNBA star: Lesbian culture broke my spirit


Candice Wiggins

So much for “NO H8.”

From NY Post: Candice Wiggins was a college star at Stanford, the third pick of the 2008 WNBA draft and a 2011 champion. And at the mountaintop of her basketball career, her sexuality marred the moment.

There is a “very, very harmful” culture running throughout the WNBA, she says, which saw her get bullied during her eight-year career because she is heterosexual.

Wiggins, who last played in the league in 2015, said she retired prematurely to leave a league that she estimated — wildly — is 98 percent lesbian, and which is played in such isolation that it weighs on the people on the court.

“It wasn’t like my dreams came true in the WNBA. It was quite the opposite,” Wiggins said in an extensive San Diego Tribune story published Monday. “… I wanted to play two more seasons of WNBA, but the experience didn’t lend itself to my mental state. It was a depressing state in the WNBA. It’s not watched. Our value is diminished. It can be quite hard. I didn’t like the culture inside the WNBA, and without revealing too much, it was toxic for me. … My spirit was being broken.

The 30-year-old couldn’t take it anymore — being harassed for being straight and fighting for attention in a league that is starved.

“Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge,” Wiggins said. “I would say 98 percent of the women in the WNBA are gay women. It was a conformist type of place. There was a whole different set of rules they [the other players] could apply.”

Wiggins, who played for the Lynx, Shock, Sparks and Liberty, claimed the issues revolve around the lack of attention the league has garnered as the WNBA struggles with ticket sales and TV ratings. For the 2016 season, the WNBA said its average attendance was 7,655 — its highest since 2011.

“There was a lot of jealousy and competition, and we’re all fighting for crumbs,” Wiggins said. “The way I looked, the way I played – those things contributed to the tension.

“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.’ “


14 responses to “Straight WNBA star: Lesbian culture broke my spirit

  1. Michelle Obama’s next job application?

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  2. Can you believe this? 98% lesbian WNBA, and this athlete is getting harassed for being NORMAL? Stop advertising, stop buying tickets, stop watching WNBA-we may be TOLERANT, but Citizens of America will not tolerate this LGBT PERVERSION being shoved down our throats!

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    • If the NBA hadn’t long been ‘pussy-whipped’ into subsidizing this sorry social experiment masquerading as a sports league, it’d have folded in two years, tops.

      I recall actually taking my then four-y.o. daughter to the 2005 WNBA Championship game when Sacramento had the Monarchs (“Sista” franchise of the Kings) under the misguided notion that she’d see some ‘role models’. What a disappointment that was! Oh sure, the Monarch women won the game, and the league championship, but…you ought to have seen the types of “women” in the crown of 15,000! A veritable freak show, replete with ‘bull dykes’, spiked hair and plaid shirts and all. I vowed to NEVER bring my little girl to a Monarchs game again, ever! Evidently, many felt the same, as the Monarchs folded after the 2009 season.


  3. An you wonder why some of them are called Bull Dykes! They don’t want equality they want supremacy!

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    • Amen! bunch of hypocrites…

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    • Thats true of all women to one degree or another and by the way they have supremacy, they did 55 years ago, it’s just more unequal today, that was the cynical goal all along, like” you can have it all”!!!
      Go to Paul Elam’s youtube channel listen to his video’s. Doesn’t get more
      red pill than that. Can you handle the truth? Most men can’t, real men or otherwise.

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  5. So it is coming out and I hope to God people are paying attention. The overwhelming majority of Gay people are very unhappy disturbed people. If they weren’t they would have no need to bully and humiliate this woman. I’m am sorry for them but this is shows just who the REAL BULLIES are. We need to resist with every fiber those of this persuasion who are trying to get at our children to indoctrinate them sexually.
    I just watched videos by this lady Janice Fiamengo who sates they are teaching young people, young women in particular that heterosexuality is not the normal state of things. Can you fathom that?????????? Heterosexuality a construct? I knew they were doing this with race but now sexuality too?

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  6. How did 2-3% of the population manage to dominate everything?

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    • They do it by intimidating the majority . . . file lawsuits, threaten lawsuits, call the majority small minded hypocrites, call them bigoted, we have, unfortunately seen that this tactic works in the real world. The only way to push back is that you do not support in any way WNBA. Myself, I really do not get off on seeing (excuse me for using this term) bull dykes running around a court, trying to out-bad the guys of the MBA. I just heard today where the White House is rescinding Obama’s push for “bathroom equality.” Now, the White House is going to push for “you go do your business in the restroom that is assigned to match the equipment that you were born with.” I think this very fact will go a long way to correcting that horrible PC push that has been dumped on the public. Frankly, it is puzzling to me why “doing your business” has escalated to a function that is so important that we have to legislate it. Get the heck in there, do your business . . . Flush, and go on with your life! Quit making this a matter of supreme importance in all of our lives!

      DCG . . . Great post!

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  7. Having seen something similar when my sister joined a college softball team…I understand what this woman is referring to re the culture of rudeness and downright meaness when some masculine and crass lesbians play and compete in sports. Needless to say my sis quit the team because she was disgusted by their nastiness, excessive swearing and sexual comments directed towards straight women on the team.

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  8. These people are DISGUSTING! I’m glad I was never into sports. It’s good the girl just got the heck out of it.

    Ann Barndardt (sp?) had a post this week that she was going to use Air BnB for a trip. But to proceed, an “agreement” popped up — basically to house homos & perverts, etc. — turned her off so she hit the “decline to agree” button. She said she was immediately sent an email that her account was terminated.

    LifeSite News had an article this week re a mother who has a Christian FB group of 70,000. She has been shut down by ZOOkenberg three times for posting scriptures re homos, saying (scripture) violates their “inclusive” policy.

    It’s baaaad out there!

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  9. MoreFreedomLessFreeloaders

    The new wave of feminists and militant gays have one big thing in common. They both believe they deserve special treatment, special rights, and superiority.

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