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The fact is a lot of men don't want to watch the WNBA because they think it's boring. I wrote a column about this, about getting women to care about sports when they simply don't. I've pitched sports stories to female publications before and they are just not interested. But if women aren't the right audience for women's sports, then who is? The WNBA, and women's sports in general, need more women to care. If every woman in the country tuned into the WNBA, it could stand on its own two feet.
It's one thing for women who have no interest in sports in general not to care about the WNBA.
Yet, the harsh reality of being a WNBA "star" is something even she can't ignore. And the product isn't televised as much as it needs to be.
Yet, outside of WNBA circles, they remain largely unknown. Maya Moore has been compared to Michael Jordan as his female embodiment in women's basketball, and she has her own sneaker line through the Jordan brand.
She has to figure out a way to market a product to a core fan base that isn't exactly interested in the actual product. It's ironic that the WNBA, a female-centered league and organization, is hurting largely because of the lack of interest from its own gender.
The situation is kind of like marketing gourmet ice cream to a group of people who are mostly lactose intolerant. When it comes down to it though, it's not about the product. In order to truly stand on its own two feet, earn the respect its players so deeply deserve, and separate itself from the NBA, the WNBA needs women to step up.
Stacey Pressman, who writes female affirming and supportive prose in , wrote this (far) less than glowing review of a WNBA game. Last year, in a bold yet seemingly desperate move, the WNBA launched a marketing campaign that focused on LGBT fans, holding public events at lesbian clubs and pride parades.
While I get why they are focusing on inclusion and targeting this particular market, it's also very narrow minded. I mean all women -- straight, gay, married, single, athletic, non-athletic, etc.
The 2017 Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is now accepting submissions.
This annual film festival, is celebrating its 15th year, and has expanded to a ten day event presented in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival has become the fastest growing festival in the Southwest and we encourage all filmmakers to submit their work for consideration.