ESPN Goes Full-Blown WOKE on All the Issues

Following in the footsteps of companies such as Disney, and National Geographic, ESPN took a public stance on social media regarding the inappropriately nicknamed “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Florida.

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The legislation is actually called “The Parental Rights in Education Bill” and prevents teachers from talking about sexual identities in grade school.

“ESPN believes in inclusivity and denounces legislation and actions across the United States that infringe on any human rights. We stand with our LGBTQIA+ colleagues, friends, families, and fans,” the company wrote.

“We’ll continue to partner with organizations that support the LGBTQIA+ community, be accountable where we fall short of expectations, and never stop telling stories about LGBTQIA+ athletes, like the ones that we’ll be sharing in this thread,” it added.

The sports company, which is owned by the Walt Disney Company, has also recently been promoting transgender swimmer Lia Thomas with their coverage.

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