Lesbian Players Broke Her Spirit, Candice Wiggins Was Bullied Over Her Heterosexuality

candace-wiggins-549x507A WNBA star broke ranks with the league to expose the pervasive culture of homosexuality in the women’s sport. It’s an open secret that 98 percent of WNBA players are lesbians or bisexuals — although the league vigorously denies the statistic.

Candice Wiggins, who was the 3rd pick in the 2008 WNBA draft, says the league is dominated by lesbians who apply their own set of rules.

In an interview with the San Diego Tribune, Wiggins described a “very, very harmful” lesbian culture running throughout the WNBA. Wiggins said she was bullied by the aggressive lesbian players in the league.

She said the constant harassment led her to retire early from the WNBA in 2015. Wiggins said the level of bullying and the “toxic” lesbian culture broke her spirit.

“It wasn’t like my dreams came true in the WNBA. It was quite the opposite,” Wiggins told the San Diego Tribune.

She said the lesbian players who dominate the league were intimidated by her heterosexuality and her refusal to be recruited into their gay lifestyle.

 “Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge,” Wiggins said. I would say 98 percent of the women in the WNBA are gay women. It was a conformist type of place. There was a whole different set of rules they [the other players] could apply.”

Wiggins was dismayed by a culture that encouraged athletic females to look and act like men.

“Sex does not equal love” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

2ccb6d3921396a5fa430c7f7ebe4b442These women posting statuses and photos online hoping that someone will notice them are really pathetic. Sistahs posing half naked with their titties hanging out and plenty of cleavage displayed IS NOT cute. Booty shot pics in thong lace underwear and scantily clad lingerie are all a part of the attention campaign.

The women you see in these television ads or hear on the radio telling you that in order to be loved you have to show off your body and then give it away, are leading so many astray. The actions and words of these people women hold in such high esteem have embedded their thinking into believing this type of exposure is normal.

But there’s a hard-honest TRUTH!!!

Tune in tonight on Conversations Of A Sistahwith Host, Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST for her topic:Sex does not equal love

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The photo depicted above was randomly chosen and in no way related to the write-up of this post.

“Love vs. Dopamine and Knowing The Difference” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

vtd_cos-2Dopamine relationships are doomed to failure. Dopamine is the chemical that mediates pleasure in the brain and love is not always pleasurable.

Love is an action, not a feeling. Love is a profound sense of responsibility and respect for another human being. LOVE IS NOT SEX. No matter what that man tells you; you do not prove your love to anyone by having sex with them!

Lust is NOT LOVE, LUST is however, an emotion or feeling of intense desire in the body. It is an uncontrolled or illicit sexual desire or appetite or a strong aggressive craving. And with Valentine’s Day upon, the talk of love, the questions of love and the mixed feelings of love that has flooded my inbox prompts the topic of discussion: “Love vs. Dopamine, Know The Difference

Tune in “LIVE” at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” with Host Tracy L. Bell for her commentary “Love vs. Dopamine, Know The Difference“?……

We’ll be taking calls in our studios on this topic at 917-889-7872, don’t forget to press “1” for the host.

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New Photo of Young Harriet Tubman to Hit Auction Block

harriet-tubman-549x315A newly discovered photo of abolitionist Harriet Tubman when she was a much younger woman will be sold at auction in New York City next month.

The photo was found in an album owned by another abolitionist, according to the curator of an auction house.

Tubman’s photo will be included alongside photos of other well-known abolitionists from that era.

The album is expected to fetch an estimated $20,000 to $30,000.

Tubman was a runaway slave who fled north in 1849. She returned to help lead 300 slaves to freedom as conductor of the underground railroad.

February is Black History Month, also known as African American History Month in America and Tubman is my favorite pioneer of all time.

Women March but were Black Women Played? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

06557cef-6e66-43ba-9552-f981b6335c75_cx0_cy6_cw0_w987_r1_s_r1It looked powerful, united and victorious as over five (5) Million women (and some men) worldwide and over 1 Million in Washington, D.C., marched, spoke, rallied and made their voices heard on January 21, 2017.

But who exactly was making history and what was/is the real agenda behind this mantra of women united?

Naysayers are questioning the real intent or hidden agenda behind this Women’s march on Washington; when historically speaking, the Feminist movement was just another method of “divide and conquer” the black family. Black women were only ever included to boost their numbers with no real benefit.

Actress Alfred Woodard, Kerry Washington & Singer Brandy Norwood at the Women’s March

The traditional feminist movement isn’t really advocating for Black women or other women of color, white feminists have enlisted women of color to fight a battle that’s not entirely theirs to fight.

When in all reality, black women should not feed the dysfunction of devaluing the black male presence and authority of being absent from a family structure.


Shemeka Michelle

Tune-in “LIVE” at 6:30 p.m. EST with host, Tracy L. Bell on “Conversations Of A Sistahvia blog talk radio with her special guest; Author, Speaker and Personal Empowerment Advocate, Shemeka Michelle (pictured above), on the topicWomen March but were Black Women Played?”

Author ofKeep It Naked”  and the Naked Girlz blog, Shemeka Michelle shares her brief commentary and quip, regarding the women’s march in her Facebook video below.

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