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.)