WNBA Community Reacts to WNBA Pride Platform

MAY 21, 2014 -- Today the WNBA announced WNBA Pride, a new national platform celebrating inclusion and equality, while combating anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) bias. The initiative has caused an outpour of positivity from many members of the WNBA and larger sports community. See what people are saying on Twitter below and be sure to visit wnba.com/pride for all Pride related WNBA news.

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