Top 10 WNBA Lesbian Basketball Players
10. Elena Delle Donne
Elena Delle Donne, a star with the WNBA's Chicago Sky and a member of the U.S. women's Olympic basketball team in Rio, has come out publicly in a profile with Vogue as being in a same-sex relationship. Delle Donne, 26, has voiced support for lesbian players in basketball such as Brittney Griner, but this is her first public declaration that she is in same-sex relationship. The article does not spell out exactly what her sexual orientation is.
9. Ann Wauters
Ann Hilde Willy Wauters (born October 12, 1980) is a Belgian professional basketball player who is currently a free agent in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Ann will give birth in June next year, her wife a month before that. Ann’s fans won’t have to worry about her career though; Lot will be a stay-at-home mom while Ann goes back to work.
8. Layshia Clarendon
Layshia Clarendon (born May 2, 1991). Layshia Clarendon plays for the WNBA’s Indiana Fever and also helped the USA Women’s U19 team win the gold during the U19 World’s Championship in 2009. She describes herself as as “black, gay, female, non-cisgender and Christian,” and is outspoken about LGBT issues and her Christian faith.
7. Glory Johnson
Glory Johnson (born July 27, 1990). She currently plays for the Dallas Wings, and was a WNBA All-Star in 2013 and 2014. She was also the SEC Defensive Player of the Year. The messiness of their short-lived marriage gives new meaning to the words “Lesbian Drama,” but Glory Johnson and Brittney Griner are both WNBA superstars in their own right.
6. Janel McCarville
Janel McCarville (born November 3, 1982). The current Minnesota Lynx center is an established name in WNBA and used to be a standout collegiate player at the University of Minnesota. “As long as you come to work on a daily basis and do your job, people have to respect you and your work ethic,”- Janel McCarville
5. Angel McCoughtry
Angel Lajuane McCoughtry (born September 10, 1986). The revelation made by Angel McCoughtry illustrates how the stereotype and stigma of looking at lesbians in WNBA are all but finished. These days as Angel McCoughtry is free and has no pressure whatsoever; she spends much of her time the strategy game 'Escape Room' with fiance Brande Elise and Dwight Howard, an NBA star.
4. Cappie Pondexter
Cappie Marie Pondexter (born January 7, 1983). The feature article by Curve, a lesbian magazine, including her among the names of “out and proud lesbian” indicates she is a proud gay too. Pondexter has been linked to model Rita Lynn since 2013. Some have even gone to the extent of calling them “a married couple”.
3. Seimone Augustus
Seimone Delicia Augustus (born April 30, 1984). Augustus has come all the way in a fairy tale like way. She has never been hesitating when it comes to talking about her lesbian status. “My relationship is just as normal as anyone else’s. I go about my day the same way anyone else would -in the same way, a heterosexual couple would go about their day.”- Seimone Augustus
2. Brittney Griner
Brittney Yevette Griner (born October 18, 1990). Griner is undoubtedly the most controversial name that strikes your mind when it comes to lesbian sportswomen." Just be who you are. Don't worry about what other people are going to say, because they're always going to say something, but, if you're just true to yourself, let that shine through. Don't hide who you really are."- Brittney Griner
1. Sheryl Swoopes
Sheryl Denise Swoopes (born March 25, 1971). The three-times Olympic Gold medalist has accomplished almost everything on the court and is dubbed as WNBA’s answer to men’s Michael Jordan.
Initially married to a man, it was only during the October of 2005 that she finally revealed her identity along with her lesbian relation with reported girlfriend Alisa Scott.
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