ESPN observed a moment of silence during the Women's NCAA Tournament broadcast in protest of Florida's anti-grooming bill ๐Ÿ˜‘
ยท Mar 19, 2022 ยท

Y'all fill out your NCAA Women's Tournament brackets this year?

2022 is supposed to be a good one!

But check this out. I was watching South Carolina destroy Howard yesterday and the beautiful people over at ESPN took a heartwarming moment of silence in protest of Florida's recent anti-grooming bill. Yeah really.

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Yeah, big time props to Disney and ESPN for doing this. If my young child weren't able to learn about puberty blockers and tuck underwear in the second grade, I'd straight up leave my state. Luckily, I live in a place where it's still legal for teachers to help 7-year-olds change genders on school property.

Thank you, ESPN, for your bravery in calling out this most unjust law against groomer teachers and perverts in the LGBTQIA+ community.

And thank you very much for not mentioning the fact that a man beat a bunch of women in the women's college swimming championships the other day during Women's History Month.

So brave!

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