NC Woman’s Soccer Player Forced To Sit Out Game On Pride Night, Because Respect An Inclusion Is A One Way Street

If you don’t toe the line you will removed

NC Courage defender won’t play for team in Pride Night jersey

NC Courage player Jaelene Daniels, who declined to play for the U.S. national team because it was wearing a gay pride jersey, will not play in Friday night’s Pride Night game.

The Courage host the Washington Spirit on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. The Courage play in the National Women’s Soccer League. The team’s website currently features a rainbow theme. Pride month is June. The Courage’s originally scheduled pride night game was postponed due to COVID protocols.

“Jaelene will not be rostered tonight as she has made the decision to not wear our Pride jersey. While we’re disappointed with her choice, we respect her right to make that decision for herself. We’re excited to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with our fans, players and staff tonight and look forward to hosting our first ever Pride Festival before kickoff,” a team spokesperson said in a statement provided to WRAL in response to an inquiry into Daniels’ status for the game.

Nice to see her sticking to her guns, because you can bet she was seriously nagged. Of course, they want to make her look like the Bad Guy/Gal

Daniels, who plays defense, signed with the Courage in the off-season, sparking an outcry from some supporters of the team at the time.

“I remain committed to my faith and my desire for people to know that my love for them isn’t based on their belief system or sexuality,” Daniels wrote in a statement that came out after her signing. “I pray and firmly believe that my teammates know how much I cherish them, respect them and love them.”

See, just because she isn’t an ardent, ververent, hysterical LGBwhatever supporter, and is against that lifestyle based on her own beliefs doesn’t mean she hates people. But, theLGBwhatever adherents require compliance

In a December statement to fans, the team apologized for signing Daniels.

“In response to the recent news of re-signing Jaelene Daniels, we as a club acknowledge the impact this announcement has on our community. We’ve spent the past few days reading your messages and reflecting on our actions. We are very sorry to all those we have hurt, especially those within the LGBTQIA+ community.

“The decision to re-sign Jaelene was not made lightly and included significant conversations between organization leadership and Jaelene. The priority expressed in those conversations is the safety of our players and maintaining an inclusive, respectful space for the entire team.”

If you’re hurt because someone shares a slightly different opinion than you, perhaps you should be looking at your own ability for tolerance and maintaining an inclusive, respectful space for that person.

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8 Responses to “NC Woman’s Soccer Player Forced To Sit Out Game On Pride Night, Because Respect An Inclusion Is A One Way Street”

  1. Elwood P Dowd says:

    She wasn’t removed but declined to play because she objected to the uniform. Some disapprove of LGBTQ people due to religious feelings, and others because of personal/cultural feelings.

    • Bill589 says:

      Groomer Elwood commiserates. Proud of his sexuality? Proud of coming here and to his grooming site to expound his Masters’ lies?

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  3. Dana says:

    For “Pride” month, The Washington Post published an article which said the quiet part out loud:

    Behind the visible queerness in women’s sports — and why it matters
    Perspective by Frankie de la Cretaz | Friday, June 10, 2022 | 10:47 AM EDT

    Alyssa is dating DeWanna who used to be married to Candice; Jasmine and Natisha are engaged, and Natisha and Courtney used to date. Allie and a different Courtney are married, while Diana married her former teammate, Penny. No, this isn’t an episode about Alice’s chart on “The L Word”: It’s the WNBA, where romances among teammates and league rivals are as expected as a lethal three-point shot.

    And it’s not just the WNBA that sees intracommunity romance: NWSL stars and teammates Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger are married, while Australia-U.S. national soccer team rivals Sam Kerr and Kristie Mewis are dating (made famous by the “They’re lesbians, Stacey” meme). In women’s hockey, three different pairs of former Team USA and Team Canada players are married — Meghan Duggan and Gillian Apps; Julie Chu and Caroline Ouellette; and Kathleen Kauth and Jayna Hefford.

    It’s a dynamic that is exclusive to women’s sports culture, sometimes making team dynamics complicated. But it’s not just gossip that makes these romances of interest — this kind of insular, interconnected relationship web is very common in lesbian and lesbian-adjacent culture at large.

    There’s a lot more at the original, but the article is so positive toward homosexual relationships that it fails to ask a very obvious question: if women’s team sports are so heavily dominated by lesbians, does this suppress the participation of heterosexual girls who might otherwise want to try out, but are uncomfortable with the idea of a lesbian locker room?

    There are a few possibilities, which are not mutually exclusive, and are very politically incorrect:

    1 – lesbians are simply more athletic than heterosexual women;
    2 – athletics is about domination of and beating an opponent, a trait which is perceived as more masculine than feminine, and lesbians are more masculine than normal women; or
    3 – lesbians have dominated women’s sports because they have pushed heterosexual women out.

    It’s just another way that women’s sports spaces are reflective of queerness: They center certain aspects of queer culture, making them safer places to be out, and making them unique among an often homophobic and heteronormative men’s sports culture — even as the media and culture at large wants to heterosexualize women’s sports. For many years, women’s sports has struggled against the stereotype that all women athletes are lesbians, while also facing the reality that many of them are.

    It was a great tragedy to learn that 6’5″ center Elena Delle Donne for the Washington Mystics, is homosexual, because she’s downright gorgeous. But if we want to “heterosexualize” women’s sports, isn’t that because we want to see these women as normal?

    Not mentioned in the article is that far-left, purple-haired soccer player Megan Rapinoe is shacked up with WNBA player Sue Bird.

    Of course, we’re not allowed to say any of this.

  4. H says:

    Bill589 seems to have been badly triggered
    We’re yku abused as a child by sine who groomed yku and yku thought was a safe friend?

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      I don’t know about Bill589 but I was abused by an adult groomer as a child. Even though you think it’s funny and amusing for us nobodies I assure you it is not. You sanctimonious ass hole.


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