“This 65-Year-Old Lesbian Has Never Heard Of The Lesbian Dance Theory, But Maybe That’s A Thing” – Martina Navratilova Slams US Politician For Her Homophobic Comments
Martina Navratilova has slammed US politician Lauren Boebert for her demeaning comments towards the LGBT+ community.
During an interview on Fox News, Boebert went on a “homophobic” rant where she claimed that President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan would be used to fund “Karen’s daughter’s graduation in theory of death.” lesbian dance”.
“How the hell can Joe Biden call America’s first conservative a threat to democracy with a straight face and a dry diaper? He’s the one who allowed millions to invade our southern border, he’s the one stealing Americans working hard to pay for Karen’s daughter’s degree in lesbian dance theory,” Boebert said.
Martina Navratilova reacted to Boebert’s comments by saying she had never heard of lesbian dance theory and was glad the MP was not straight.
“Wow- say she had to write that. And this 65 year old lesbian has never heard of lesbian dance theory, but maybe that’s a thing. And I’m really glad you’re straight “, tweeted Navratilova.
Champion of the LGBT+ community, Martina Navratilova recently commented on a video where a police officer could be seen breaking up a march of a group of lesbians.
“It shows how ridiculous and biased things are in our LGBT community. Erase the L… Wow… misogyny is alive and well,” she wrote on Twitter.
Martina Navratilova on Serena Williams’ chances at the US Open
On the tennis side, Martina Navratilova does not see a “happy ending” to Serena Williams’ career.
“Emotions can only carry you so far, I don’t see a Cinderella happy ending where she [Serena Williams] wins the tournament. The way she looks, it doesn’t look like she’s going to make a miraculous comeback and win the tournament,” Navratilova said.
“And with the stress of knowing this is probably your last tournament, that doesn’t help. But if anyone can get over it, it would be Serena,” she added.
Navratilova also spoke about her own retirement in 1993, saying it was a mistake to announce it at the start of the season.
“It’s tough. When I retired in 1993 I told the press it was my last year, which was a mistake because every tournament was a fucking tearjerker. Serena did it in her own way, which was advertised very glamorously on Vogue magazine, but she doesn’t accept the losses, she doesn’t accept what comes with it, which is to say goodbye,” said she declared.