This basketball celebrity, Brittney Griner has just came out as a lesbian and admitted how hard it was being bullied as a child. We can relate to Brittney's story, simply because many of us black women struggle through life, because those we've grown up with and even in our adult life have mistreated us much worse than white supremacists in many cases. The black genocide is very ugly, simply because many in our own race wants us to be in emotional bondage, which is a type of slavery.
Sisters, we want you to know, although we yet believe it is very wrong to be a homosexual, we also feel it is very wrong to bully anyone for being gay or lesbian. We come to tell you when some black women have harassed us for any reason of being different, this is the main reason why there is no unity among us. We must learn how to love all sorts of black women, regardless of their appearance, age, lifestyle, personality, dialect or background.
God hates it when many black women have oppressed their own kind. Let us remind you it's no different than white supremacists hating us for who we are, but it's even worse, because we all share the same history of slavery in America. We come to tell you, there are so many stories similar to Brittney Griner and none of us should be surprised why we are the most divided race of women.
In the meantime, we will keep Brittney Griner in our prayers.
Basketball star Brittney Griner comes out as a lesbian and reveals how she was 'picked on for being different'By Associated Press Reporter and Daily Mail Reporter
Brittney Griner, the number one pick in the WNBA draft on Monday, yesterday acknowledged that she is gay and talked about being bullied while growing up.
The 6-foot-8 basketball star, selected by the Phoenix Mercury after an astounding four-career at Baylor...Read full article, here.