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NBL star stood down over ‘insensitive and harmful’ LGBTQI+ social media post

Corey Webster has been stood down from Perth’s pre-season NBL game against Adelaide over a social media post that linked the LGBTQI community with mental illness.

A three-time NBL champion with the New Zealand Breakers, Auckland-born Webster responded to a post showing the LGBTQI rainbow flag and the question: “What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you see this flag?”.

In a Sunday night response that was later deleted, Webster wrote:…


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