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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
“Someone always has to be first...and when there’s a great shining beacon who can be respected for who they are in addition to being in the L.G.B.T. community, that can make a big difference. Baylor is going to continue to tout her success in her skill set. There’s so much commercial benefit to Baylor and its national profile. And you can’t separate that from who she is. While it’s a one-off, that’s the way every important journey begins.”
Emerson Collins in The New York Times article discussing how Britney Griner might change Baylor University's relationship with its gay alumni.