The Advocate

OUT ON THE COURT

“IT DOES TAKE A CERTAIN KIND OF TOUGHNESS AND GREATNESS TO DEAL WITH THESE ISSUES.”

Haley Videckis and Layana White first met on a basketball court while playing for opposing PAC-12 teams, but the pair would go on to make history as a couple in a California courtroom.

The story of this interracialpansexual duo was covered in the documentary saga of love, perseverance, and ultimate victory against bigotry and discrimination. The two began as star basketball players on opposing teams, but

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