When I was at Baylor, I wasn't fully happy because I couldn't be all the way out. It feels so good saying it: I am a strong, black lesbian woman.
I want you to come watch my game, not the uniforms.
It's easy for people to say stuff when they don't know the full story.
Reading what people say makes me want to be me even more.
Don't worry about what other people are going to say, because they're always going to say something, but, if you're just true to yourself, let that shine through. Don't hide who you really are.
I am a strong, black, lesbian woman. Every time I say it, I feel so much better.
I've always been open about who I am and my sexuality. So, it wasn't hard at all. If I can show that I'm out and I'm fine and everything's OK, then hopefully the younger generation will definitely feel the same way.