That's what I first thought when I heard that basketball star Sheryl Swoopes is engaged to a man. Swoopes came out in 2005 in an interview with ESPN The Magazine, and immediately became an Olivia-endorsing lesbian of fame.
When she played for the WNBA's Seattle Storm in 2008, her then-partner Alisa Scott would often be there, sitting courtside. I know - I looked for her every game from my seat.
Obviously the relationship didn't last, as Swoopes is now set to marry a man named Chris, someone she's known for a while, reported Mechelle Voepel on ESPN.com.
Voepel wrote, "There are sure to be gay people who are annoyed at and disappointed with Swoopes. Who feel she has co-opted and trivialized what for many is a sacred, soul-searching, life-altering experience of coming out."
Yup. And I was one of them, until I thought about the matter more. I've long said that sexuality is complicated; now I have to accept the truth of that, and get past any feelings of betrayal. Nuts.