How will charges against coach impact women's sports?

04/20/2007 | NYTimes.com

Allegations that Louisiana State women's basketball coach Pokey Chapman was involved in inappropriate sexual relationships with former players may cause an increase in homophobia in women's sports, lead schools to hire fewer single female coaches and add to the stereotype that lesbians are sexually aggressive, according to some administrators, academics and coaches.

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