Women attending a parenting meeting at Lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) center in Nantes received sexist and lesbophobic insults on Saturday. Three complaints were filed.
Des femmes qui participaient à une réunion sur la parentalité, au centre lesbien, gay, bi et trans (LGBT), à Nantes, ont reçu des insultes à caractère sexiste et lesbophobe, samedi. Trois plaintes ont été déposées.
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Mauresmo is a two-time Grand Slam champion and Olympic silver medalist who is also known for coaching Andy Murray. After she beat top seed Lindsey Davenport in 1999, she came out as a lesbian—and her body became a rhetorical battleground. She was repeatedly described as bulging, muscular, and intimidating—and Davenport’s bitter mention that playing her was like “playing a guy” was repeated in coverage of her game.
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