The liberal propaganda factory that passes itself off as a sports network has received raves from the woke SJW’s for the cover of the new ESPN magazine that features a picture of two lesbians on the cover.
Every year, ESPN The Magazine publishes its “Body Issue” which is nothing but soft core porn in which a number of athletes and other sports figures shuck their laundry. With the network itself having long since relegated sports to the back burner in favor of racial grievance mongering, promotion of homosexuality and other hot-button social causes it looks to reach out to demographics beyond sports fans who have been tuning out and cutting the cable in droves.
The not so blushing couple – Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe – are among the 16 people who are featured in the issue which includes gay activist Olympian Adam Rippon who was last seen wearing a BDSM bondage harness under his tux at the Oscars.
— Mary Emily O’Hara (@MaryEmilyOHara) June 25, 2018
ESPN the Magazine's BODY10 Issue hits newsstands June 29, but you can view the gallery right now: https://t.co/YLaduyP0Bi
— ESPN (@espn) June 25, 2018
Move over Jay-Z and Beyoncé, there’s a new power couple in town — and they’re baring it all for ESPN The Magazine’s annual Body Issue.
Soccer star Megan Rapinoe and WNBA great Sue Bird are the first same-sex couple to be featured on the cover of the Body Issue, which aims to challenge beauty norms and celebrate the diversity of all athletic bodies.
With the politically charged state of the U.S., Rapinoe told the magazine that posing with Bird for the cover felt necessary. “Just think of how far we’ve come, but also the current climate. Not only are we female athletes, but we’re dating as well. It’s kind of badass,” said Rapinoe, a forward for the U.S. National Women’s Soccer team and Seattle Reign FC.
Bird, who plays point guard for the Seattle Storm, agreed, saying she believes the cover will only get better with age. As the years go by, it’ll only seem more momentous that they were the “first openly gay couple to be in the issue,” she said.
The lesbian cover is one of ten to commemorate the rag’s 10th anniversary.
So proud to have interviewed @mPinoe & @S10Bird for ESPN’s Body Issue, as they are the first gay couple to appear on the cover. Let me tell you, they would absolutely CRUSH at The Newlywed Game https://t.co/aZcgCr8TpZ pic.twitter.com/rHuXZ4TFTx
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) June 25, 2018
Liberals may want to be sure that they get their copies laminated so they can use them more than once.
The queering of America goes on…