Former Miami Heat champion Dwyane Wade said he moved his family out of Florida because of the state’s anti-LGBTQ+ policies that made them feel unacceptable or uncomfortable in Florida.
Wade explained her relationship with the state in an interview on “Headliners with Rachel Nichols.”The clip was shared exclusively people.
“That’s another reason I don’t live in that state,” Wade said in response to a question about Florida politicians supporting laws that hurt the LGBTQ+ community. I don’t know. I have to make decisions for my family, not just personal ones.”
The 41-year-old former shooting guard has a 15-year-old daughter, Zaya, who came out as transgender in 2020. Wade and his wife, actor Gabrielle Union,Xayah and the transgender community
Wade said Florida’s tax benefits are desirable and he loves Miami, but said the environment isn’t right for his family at the moment. I didn’t feel comfortable, and that’s one of the reasons I don’t live there,” he told Nichols.
In the last few months, Florida has passedThis includes laws banning the use of bathrooms other than the gender assigned at birth, laws banning children from watching drag shows, and banning classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity at all grade levels. We target the LGBTQ+ community in a variety of ways, including laws that .
Wade introduced Earlier this month, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. sold In 2021, he settled in Beachside Miami and now lives in Los Angeles County with his family. he is currently of the Utah Jazz.
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