Clay Travis Believes WNBA Players Are Discriminating Against Caitlin Clark Because She Plays In A “Bl@ck L3sbian League”

OutKick’s Clay Travis has made claims of  WNBA players being mostly lesbian, attributing the hate he believes Caitlin Clark gets to s3xuality.

Travis was a guest on FOX News this week, where he discussed the league’s treatment of Caitlin Clark, asserting that she is being discriminated against because she’s heteros3xual.

The former Iowa star is being put through a test of fire in her first season and has endured some very rough treatment, having taken a number of hard fouls and cheap shots from her fellow WNBA players over the span of her first few games.

While many reckon there’s a race bias where Clark and the league are concerned, Travis doesn’t believe that’s all there is to it.

“It’s not just race though, it’s also s3xuality,” he said. “Caitlin Clark is a white heteros3xual woman in a Black lesbian league and they resent and are jealous of all of the attention and the shoe deal that she got. And instead of recognizing the truth, which is great athletes who people care about coming into your league really do get everybody more money.” 

Travis went on to state that well over half of the women in the WNBA are lesbian.

“70% lesbian,” he declared. “And I think her having a boyfriend, who by the way said there needs to be an enforcer, creates two different identity politics universes that she doesn’t fit in in this league. They don’t like her cause she’s white and they don’t like her cause she’s straight. And as a result, the league is coming undone around her even though she’s bringing in new fans.”

Clay Travis Is Not The Only One Who Has Referred To The WNBA As A Lesbian League This Week

Travis is not alone in his claims of the WNBA being mostly lesbians. Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett claimed WNBA players are part of a “big lesbian league” while speaking on the ‘It Is What It Is’ podcast this Tuesday.


“The WNBA is a big Lesbian league, right, and no matter how you cut it, no matter how you slice it, everyone isn’t open to seeing masculine and aggressive women play basketball,” he said before host Mase cut him off and made it clear that Clarett’s views did not reflect that of the show.

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