Reggie Bullock’s Tattoo Became A Teachable Moment On His LGBTQ Advocacy Journey
Sun Jan 20, 2019
Reggie Bullock knew he had a chance at NBA glory. What never entered his mind was that he’d be a staunch advocate for the LGBTQ community one day. That changed in 2014, when Bullock’s transgender sister, Mia Henderson, was stabbed to death in Maryland. Since then, the athlete says he feels “blessed” to be an outspoken queer ally in professional sports.
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