Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Anti-Lesbian Lesbian Resigns from Coaching Position



Hard on the (round) heels of Tim Hardaway's declaration that he hates gay people (and thus breaking millions of gay hearts in the process--millions, I tell you), Penn State women's basketball coach Rene Portland has resigned after 27 years. Portland was famous (in PA, I suppose) for having a "no-lesbian" policy on Penn State's team. Her particular coil of shit hit the fan two years ago when a player sued her for kicking her off the team when she perceived her to be a lesbian. She also told her to try to change her appearance to be more "feminine."

Um, hello, Mrs. Kettle? This is Mrs. Pot! After seeing this woman, I can only guess that she adopted the "no lesbians" policy to avoid temptation. I mean, look at her. Brigitte Nielsen is more feminine, for Christ's sakes. She looks kind of like Mary Williams from "Young and the Restless" on a heavy dose of testosterone. I only wonder what kind of shaving cream she uses.

And I'm sorry, but a no-lesbian policy on a girls' basketball team?? What was she thinking? If it was such a problem for her, this might have been the one and only case where a "don't ask, don't tell" policy might have worked.

The good news is that she's now free to join Andrew Schlafly as co-editor of Conservapedia. Let's hope the bitch can spell. (On second thought, considering the target audience, that probably won't matter.)

4 Comments:

Anonymous Ed said...

She does look like a drag queen with bad taste in clothes.
Of course to be fair I think ALL boys teams in this country have a no Gay policy. With the possible exception of Wrestling. In South Dakota the Wrestlers are allowed to poke a finger up their opponents Ass to make them release their hold. Don't you wish you had lived in South Dakota and was on the team?

12:27 PM  
Blogger David said...

The funny thing is the woman that sued her is supposedly not even a lesbian.

12:47 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I thought that was strange, too, although Harris did sue through a lesbian advocacy organization, which I think says something. Institutions don't have to LIKE homosexuals (come to that, they don't have to like black people, Mexicans, Asians or Germans), but they can't legally exclude them, because it has nothing to do with the sport or task in question. What goes around comes around, and if the tables are ever turned, and WE can exclude everybody who's personally distasteful, there will be no more "700 Club." Wonder if they ever thought about that.

1:01 PM  
Blogger dirk.mancuso said...

I see the Mary Willimas thing...by way of Jane Lynch in BEST IN SHOW, I'm thinking.

12:43 PM  

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