No, Caitlin Clark Isn’t Being Bullied Over Race

If you’ve never been around a group of competitive women, just say that!

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Caitlin Clark’s WNBA career is going just fine — Photo Source: Flickr via MGoBlog

In case you missed it, college basketball rivals Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese have taken their beef to the big leagues.

Honestly, this is probably one of the best things that has ever happened to the WNBA. I admit to paying very little attention to sports in general until I got into sports betting.

So, although I have been known to tune into the occasional NBA game for many reasons, the WNBA was certainly not a major blip on my radar until this year.

This seems to be the case for many people; whether it’s due to sports betting or because they simply have chosen a side in this rivalry, I’ve seen more tweets and commentary on the WNBA than ever before.

Nevertheless, most of it is based on the notion that Caitlin Clark is somehow a victim of “reverse racism.” — *eye roll*

And given that the WNBA is mainly composed of Black women, I figured it was time we had a little chat.

Reverse racism isn’t a thing

First, let’s start with the obvious: reverse racism isn’t a thing. If you’re going to be bold enough to throw such terms around, you should at least…

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