Women’s college basketball coach fired for suspending two players who were dating

Discussion in 'College Basketball' started by Flint, Mar 29, 2016.

  1. Flint

    Flint Mentor Staff Member

    Jan 27, 2016
    In the latest dyke news, a woman's basketball coach at Prairie View A&M has been fired for suspending two players for "dating", which probably means they were having sex on the bus or in the locker room. The suspension was based on team rules prohibiting relations between athletic department personnel. The excuse given by the university is that is somehow violates Title IX which is supposed to guarantee equality of spending on men's and women's sports. What that has to do with two carpet munchers is beyond me however I'm sure a conservative Supreme Court will explain it all to us.

    Gays in sports, like gays in the military is extremely damaging to unit cohesion and an unbelievable violation of the basic idea of the concept of "team". How fitting that queer perverts are destroying yet another concept of civil society. They are sick and their sickness is obvious as it destroys anything decent it comes in contact with.

    Dawn Brown, the women’s basketball coach for Prairie View A&M, says she was fired for suspending two players who were dating. Brown insists her decision was fair and not intended to discriminate based upon sex, which would be in violation of Title IX.

    The team’s rule prevented players from having nonprofessional relationships with other players, coaches, managers, trainers, or any other persons affiliated with the program.

    Brown says the rule was put in place after an assistant coach was previously fired for an inappropriate relationship with a student. The coach says she enforced a rule with support from the school’s Title IX coordinator and was told there was no issue.

    According to Brown the decision to suspend the players was extremely difficult “but was made with consultation, encouragement and approval” of the athletics director.

    “Clearly, I feel betrayed and unjustly penalized by this action,” Brown said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports.

    (Photo courtesy of Facebook)

    The two players who were suspended retained their scholarships and will remain at the school. After their dismissal from their team, they filed a formal complaint saying the suspension was based upon their sexual orientation. The dating rule, they claim, violated Title IX as well as Texas A&M system policy.

    Many remaining players on the team have expressed shock over the decision.

    “It’s a dramatic loss,” said Larissa Scott, a Prairie View A&M senior. “Everybody was expecting her [Brown] to come back next year doing bigger and better things especially with the new team she had coming in.

    Brown had led the team to a fourth consecutive SWAC title and helped the Lady Panthers appear in the NCAA Tournament in 2014 as an interim coach. She says she will appeal the firing decision.
  2. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

    Sep 30, 2004
    Poor Dawn Brown must have grown up in a home that didn't have television, newspapers or the internet, as "homophobia" is an instant firing offense in the communist USSA.
  3. Ambrose

    Ambrose Master

    Feb 23, 2013
    New York
    Terrible crime, and disgusting attitude and behavior from a coach; she should have said "I made a mistake, and thought they bee straight, 'cause I frickin' LOVE queers!" Like that they would have just patted here on the back.:rolleyes:
  4. Phall

    Phall Mentor

    Sep 19, 2012
    I read somewhere on the internet (so it must be true) that women's teams in more masculine sports such as basketball were more routinely becoming divided into all-or-nothing enterprises. In other words, you could have a strict, "religious" coach who does not condone lesbianism, or you could have a full-blown program of lesbians. The phenomenon is supposedly pretty organic, as participants just naturally avoid culture clashes.

    Would this bifurcation solve the problem of gays ruining team sports? Well, no. The religiosity angle can get a coach fired for bullying, and the lesbian thing eventually ends with a player-coach pairing or hiring decisions based on orientation.

    But one thing is certain: to keep your job, remember the golden rule that the gay is always right.

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