April 19, 2007

Lesbian LSU women's basketball coach sexually exploits her players -- NYT worries about "homophobia!"

Lesbian LSU women's basketball coach sexually exploits her players -- NYT worries about "homophobia!" Just last week, the New York Times was in a tizzy about how three words on a radio program could ruin the lives of the delicate flowers of the Rutgers women's basketball team. This week, a lesbian college basketball coach who controls the athletic fates of her LSU players has been discovered to be sexually exploiting them ... and the NYT is now concerned that this might hurt the career prospects of other lesbian coaches.

The NYT article begins:


In Recruiting Season, Mistrust Is Raised at L.S.U.
By JERÉ LONGMAN

Caption: Some coaches, administrators and academics say they fear that the accusations against Chatman, right, will inflame homophobia.

Now that the women's college basketball season has ended, many coaches are on the road recruiting through mid-May. And, some said in recent interviews, they could face fallout from last month's resignation of Pokey Chatman from Louisiana State, following charges of what the university described yesterday for the first time as inappropriate sexual relationships between her and former players.

"This is everyone's worst nightmare," Mary Jo Kane, director of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota, said during widespread discussion of the Chatman case during the N.C.A.A. tournament.

At its heart, L.S.U. officials said, the Chatman case is about abuse of trust or power. Yet some coaches, administrators and academics say they fear that the accusations against Chatman will inflame homophobia; reinforce stereotypes of lesbians as sexual predators; lead to more so-called negative recruiting, or attempts to steer players away from coaches suspected of being gay; increase skepticism toward the hiring of single women as head coaches; and scare the parents of potential recruits.


It's just too horrible to imagine that the purity of the college basketball recruiting process could be sullied by homophobia. Think of the children!

It's reassuring that in this ever-changing world in which we live in that the New York Times always has its priorities in order, with, year in and year out, homosexuals' prerogatives at the very top of the list.

By the way, Ms. Chatman was paid $400,000 per year plus a $70,000 bonus when the team reached the Final Four after her resignation in disgrace. And other sources suggest that "the former players" weren't so former when the relationships began. LSU refuses to state that the relationships didn't begin with current players, so it's reasonable to assume the worst.

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20 comments:

Lysander Spooner said...

Look Steve, if Don Imus wanted the ability to go around committing unconscionable acts--verbal, sexual, or otherwise--with absolute impunity, he should have had the good sense to be born a gay black woman.

Anonymous said...

Steve quoted this caption:

"Caption: Some coaches, administrators and academics say they fear that the accusations against Chatman, right, will inflame homophobia"

.......... gee, I guess NO ONE would go on record with that, so the NYTimes had to print it and attribute to people speaking "off the record". None of those administrators was willing to put on the cloak of modern moral vanity and express concern and dismay over the sexual orientation equality consequences of this conundrum of a gay coach fucking her players. Yup, that must be it. The NYT would never make that up. At least 2 coaches, 2 administrators, and 2 academics must have expressed this fear to the NYTimes reporters because the Grey Lady did print that in plurals. That means at least SIX people "expressed concern" about "gay rights" when they found out about a coach sleeping with her players.....


I wouldn't use the NYT for pet litter.





Steve Sailer wrote:
"It's just too horrible to imagine that the purity of the college basketball recruiting process could be sullied by homophobia. Think of the children!"

Steve Sailer would be a really good writer for a very dark television comedy in the mold of The Family Guy or the Simpsons. Very dark....

Anonymous said...

Only White men can be guilty of rape and sexual harassment.

Everybody else is expressing their non-traditional sexuality.

Normal White heterosexuality must be persecuted and supressed in any of its manifestations...after all, it may lead to large, strong families, Public Enemy Number One according to ZOG. Make a remark, lose your job, White man!

But if it's "tit for tat" in the girls' locker room, with a rug-muncher as offender, then no problem. The only problem is, why are these little b*tches squealing?

Just wait until NAMBLA becomes normal.

Anonymous said...

Lesbian coach to teen athlete:

"Fuck me, or I'll fuck you up."

Teen athlete:

"But...I don't like you! This isn't right!"

NYT, the education system, the Left, MTV, the whole culture from top to bottom:

"You little homophobic b*itch! You should shut up and do as you're told, hater!"

Yeah, poor helpless homos must be defended.

Anonymous said...

It's okay, folks.

She wasn't a Catholic priest.

Nothing to see here. Back to your regularly scheduled beer and circuses.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure this is how the interviews went down.

The coach or whoever is deploring this kind of exploitation.

NYT (interrupting): Don't you think these kinds of accusations could lead to more homophobia.

Coach (bewildered): uh, sure, I guess so.

NYT: Can we quote you by name on that?

Coach: What? No, that's not the point.

NYT (later):
Some coaches, administrators and academics say they fear that the accusations against Chatman, right, will inflame homophobia

TabooTruth said...

Sexually exploits? Someone is a lesbian because of the amount of testosterone they get exposed to in the womb. I don't think homophobia would be a positive step for the free speech movement. Get rid of the bible-morality.

joshrandall said...

This is a good storyline for Law 'N Order! Lezzie dyke coach forcing cute white girls to sleep with her! The ratings on L&O are slipping,maybe they should try some non-imaginary crimes! (As Steve has pointed out,the show depicts an ongoing out of control murder rampage by affluent whites!:) )

Ron Guhname said...

The lesson we should draw from this is that we need to think twice before putting our daughters under the authority of lesbians. Maybe it's basically the same as some horny guy coaching your girl's team.

Call me a homophobe, if you like. Nowadays, a homophobe is anyone who doesn't genuflect at the altar of gayness.

Did anyone see "Notes on a Scandal"? It reinforced the idea of the predatory lesbian.

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Anonymous said...

What this whole sorry sordid affair reveals is the bankruptcy of identity politics.

People, gay, straight or whatever without checks, balances, and audits upon them tend to abuse power. Sexually, financially, whatever.

You could probably find the same thing with an unsupervised male coach preying on his female athletes. Thing is, people are attuned to that possibility so Male coaches are watched closely for just such an eventuality.

Lesbians have assumed identity=superior morality and the rest of the culture has assumed so as well.

The real lesson of this is that human nature requires lots of oversight to prevent abuses. And that Lesbians should be treated just like everyone else. No worse or better.

essex said...

The lesson we should draw from this is that we need to think twice before putting our daughters under the authority of lesbians. Maybe it's basically the same as some horny guy coaching your girl's team.

and ...

You could probably find the same thing with an unsupervised male coach preying on his female athletes. Thing is, people are attuned to that possibility so Male coaches are watched closely for just such an eventuality.

On the latter: Agreed! And no one would accuse the watchers of male-bashing or "misandry."

On the former: Yes and no. As this case (not to mention older straight women - usually teachers - having sex with teenage boys) demonstrates, some women are sexual predators, as the term is currently understood. However, I think the differences between male and female sexuality make men more prone to sexual "predation" and also more willing "victims" when the harrasser is female. Of course, saying this in public would probably get me arrested, or at least put on an FBI watch list.

On both: This is exactly the reason why the Boy Scouts' opposition to gay Scout leaders is entirely justified, regardless of one's moral position on homosexuality. It is EXACTLY the same as giving a straight guy lots of close, unsupervised contact - including overnight - with nubile teenage girls. How many self-righteous liberals who excoriate the BSA for their policy would be comfortable letting their teenage daughter make an unsupervised overnight trip with an unrelated straight male?

Anonymous said...

Womens sports=Lesbian Central!

SFG said...

I'm skeptical women's sports will turn girls into lesbians, as Steve has suggested before. Isn't one of his assumptions that homosexuality is biologically determined and not very prone to environmental influences?

Of course male and female homosexuality may have different biological determinants, just like anemia most likely means too much bleeding in a woman but colon cancer in a man. The case you could make is that women's sports socialize girls in a way more conducive to lesbianism. But I doubt it; sports are just another way to get into college nowadays, and while lesbians may be more drawn to sports, that doesn't mean sports make women into lesbians.

Anonymous said...

I'm amused, but unsurpised at the reaction of a bunch of men obsessed with homoerotic male sports. Closeted or not, you cover your own inadequacies by spending hours watching tight-ends in tight fitting football pants, baseball players masturbating in public as they shift their balls, and semi-class sweaty, muscular men grind their but into another man's groin....

but hey -- you're "manly" men. Uh, huh. Methinks the lady doth protest too much, if you know what I mean.

Keep on dreamin', small minded paranoid ones....

Anonymous said...

As we can see from some of these comments, morality is a slippery concept to angry homosexuals.

The coach was probably engaged in sexual harrassment.

Sexual harrassment.

Is that wrong? You bet.

But the first priority of these homosexuals is to scream against "narrow-minded paranoid men," "haters," "the Bible-belt morality," etc., etc.

According to them, sexual harrassment is okay.

Among the immoral, everything is merely whose ox is gored.

And where to get the next piece of illicit ass, "Bible-beaters" be damned.

Anonymous said...

Homosexuality is a personal and social menace.

Here is some of the evidence.
http://www.jpands.org/vol10no3/lehrman.pdf

Anonymous said...

According to homosexuals like those at the NYT, not only is sexual harrassement okay.

Sexual harrassement of CHILDREN and TEENAGERS is also okay.

If the harrasser is homosexual, that is.

Sob, sob! Poor homosexuals should be allowed to do ANYTHING to ANYONE, without being called to account - they've already suffered so! (And, uh, they're so horny.)

David Davenport said...

Methinks the lady doth protest too much, if you know what I mean.

Methinks you don't need to be a Scoutmaster, if you know what I mean.

Anonymous said...

Maybe exploitation will happen because the student allowing it. That's why the lesbian coach have a guts to do it. Then the students did a move to stop this molestation to them. Next time we need to be careful be vigilant to your student. Thanks..