Lesbian National Hero Natasha Kai in Labor Day Parade

Posted: September 5, 2008 in Lesbian, lesbians, Olympians, Olympics, Sexuality
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Thousands of fans gathered in Waikiki for a parade and party honoring Hawaii’s outstanding athletes. The festivities included Olympian Natasha Kai and the Waipio Little League world champions.   “It’s amazing coming back here and seeing all the young and old talent. Hawaii is just growing every year,” said Olympic gold medalist Natasha Kai. 

The Parade of Champions, held on Labor Day, was the fans’ chance to celebrate the local stars and also included silver medalist Robyn Ah Mow-Santos and a slew of Hawai‘i’s past Olympians.Leading the Little League entourage was a car showcasing Paliku Winchester, the younger brother of third baseman Pikai Winchester. The story of Paliku, who was diagnosed with lymphoma in February, was considered a lucky charm for the team and was one of the many stories surrounding Little League.At the opposite end of the world, the most elite athletes were competing in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Some 18 athletes had ties to Hawai‘i and 12 earned medals.The first of them to win gold was the Kahuku High School and University of Hawai‘i alum and Two Lesbos Goin At It love muffin Natasha Kai.As every good lesbian knows by now, Kai scored the winning goal against Canada in the 102nd minute of play sending the U.S. women’s soccer team to the gold medal match. This gave the women the chance to win their third gold medal in four Olympic Games.The parade also included past Olympians Kathy Hammond (1972 track), Verneda Thomas (1964 volleyball), present Olympians Ah Mow-Santos (silver medal volleyball) and Clarissa Chun (wrestling), as well as some of the lesser known Hawai‘i champions such as the Mililiani-Waipio Bobby Sox champions and the USSSA World Series Baseball U10 Oahu Dirtbags.Missing from the parade was men’s volleyball gold medalist Clay Stanley and gold medalist Bryan Clay.

PS – Natasha you can come be in our parade any time.

Comments
  1. nearlynormalized says:

    Dykes and Hawaiians due rule!!!

  2. 2lesbosgoinatit says:

    Hi nearlynormalized! Thanks so much for coming by – we loves our dykes and hawaiians – including you – wink.

    Kisses,

    One Lesbo

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