It’s happened again, another man has defeated women within their own division. For generations, feminists fought against the patriarchy, to establish places for women to compete fairly, and on par with each other. Well, the patriarchy has won thanks to it’s strongest allies in the war for oppression— women.
The failing sports network known as ESPN has actually done some interesting reporting recently, but not about sports. A reporter from the Disney-owned network actually was able to establish the “Merchant of Death’s” first interview with a western outlet since the his controversial prisoner exchange with WNBA star Brittney Griner, who had been arrested for possessing cannabis oil in Russia.
Some Minnesota Lynx fans were ejected from the team’s win over Dallas after heckling Wings forward Satou Sabally for rolling her ankle
Stanford basketball fans can breath with a sigh of relief since their star athlete and social media celebrity, Cameron Brink, has decided to continue playing into her senior year instead of putting herself into the WNBA draft.
Enes Kanter Freedom recently wrote on Twitter that men don’t belong in women’s spaces, presumably taking shots at transgender athletes
After calling America “trash” on Twitter, Washington Mystics player Natasha Cloud has doubled on her verbal attacks towards the United States so much former NBA star Enes Canter Freedom responded to her and offered to buy her a plane ticket to the totalitarian leftist hell-hole of her choice.
The Phoenix Mercury will review their security policies regarding travel after star Britney Griner was accosted recently at an airport
WNBA star Brittney Griner, who notoriously attempted to jump in on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon of 2020 by boycotting the national anthem at WNBA games, is now singing a different tune after returning from from a Russian prison colony.
Phoenix Mercury head coach Vanessa Nygaard doesn’t seem to understand why their last game didn’t sell out since the mainstream media and other left-wing sports commentators did nothing but attempt to elevate basketball champion Brittney Griner’s return to the court since her release from a Russian prison earlier this year thanks to an extremely controversial prisoner exchange with a notorious international weapons dealer.
Women’s basketball champion Brittney Griner returned to the court last week for the first time in nearly a year after being exchanged for a Russian arms dealer by the U.S. government in order to secure her return back home.