In a recent interview with the New York Times, the four-time WNBA champion recalled her history of campaigning for civil and LGBTQ+ rights after coming out as a lesbian in 2012, fighting against racial profiling and a gay marriage ban in her home state of Minnesota soon after. Read More
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