Candice Wiggins: She was bullied in WNBA because she’s straight,
by Tod Leonard (San Francisco Chronicle)
Imani Boyette, University of Texas 2016, who currently plays for the Chicago Sky, responded with an open letter to Candice.
Mechelle Voepel (espnW) reports: WNBA has no comment, but many players dispute Candice Wiggins' allegations of bullying culture
As president of the WNBA Player Association, Nneka responded:
Our union is only as strong as our loyalty to and support for one another. What is key to that loyalty and support is our commitment to diversity and inclusion. As a union, we should and we will continue to celebrate the diversity that makes us special and lead by example. We must respect the rights of those we don’t agree with when they speak their mind. Whether one agrees or disagrees with the comments made recently by a former player or whether one has seen or experienced anything like what she has described, anything that impacts an inclusive culture should be taken seriously.