EA Sports Game Changers/Frosted Flakes©: 
Megan Rapinoe and the West Seattle Valkyries [x]

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tylir:

unrequitedphotography:


Unrequited Photography

Memorial Field, Seattle WA.

Amazing view of the field and the Needle. 

tylir:

unrequitedphotography:

Unrequited Photography

Memorial Field, Seattle WA.

Amazing view of the field and the Needle. 

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pinoe-news:

Behind the Scenes of Body 2014 (x) (x) (x)

afterellen:

"The girls call me Gumby because I’m gangly. I’m not super muscular or super fast or super strong. And that’s definitely for a reason. In soccer you don’t have to be the biggest, strongest or the fastest — it’s a lot about how you understand the game and how your brain works with your body.
I think it’s kind of awkward when everyone knows you’re gay but you don’t say it. I had been thinking about coming out for almost a year before I did. I thought about it seriously on the plane ride home from the World Cup, while I was casually talking to my friendLori Lindsey. She said, “Dude, you should just come out.” She was right. Everyone in my life already knew. If you want to stand up and fight for equal rights but then won’t even stand up for yourself and say “I’m gay” — that just started to feel weird.
I felt more like a tomboy growing up, and then I got some boobs. And those didn’t feel right on my body. They were kind of big, and I was like, “I don’t know about this. This is weird.” I think that’s one of the areas where even now if I don’t train a lot I’ll get a little bigger, and that’s something that I’m a little self-conscious of. Other than that I’ve always been pretty comfortable with my body.
It’s all just society-driven. Especially for a woman. It’s like you have to have a certain kind of body, or you need these kinds of hips, and that’s annoying.”
- Megan Rapinoe bares all in the “ESPN” Body Issue
Megan Rapinoe bares all in the “ESPN” Body IssueBody Issue

afterellen:

"The girls call me Gumby because I’m gangly. I’m not super muscular or super fast or super strong. And that’s definitely for a reason. In soccer you don’t have to be the biggest, strongest or the fastest — it’s a lot about how you understand the game and how your brain works with your body.

I think it’s kind of awkward when everyone knows you’re gay but you don’t say it. I had been thinking about coming out for almost a year before I did. I thought about it seriously on the plane ride home from the World Cup, while I was casually talking to my friendLori Lindsey. She said, “Dude, you should just come out.” She was right. Everyone in my life already knew. If you want to stand up and fight for equal rights but then won’t even stand up for yourself and say “I’m gay” — that just started to feel weird.

I felt more like a tomboy growing up, and then I got some boobs. And those didn’t feel right on my body. They were kind of big, and I was like, “I don’t know about this. This is weird.” I think that’s one of the areas where even now if I don’t train a lot I’ll get a little bigger, and that’s something that I’m a little self-conscious of. Other than that I’ve always been pretty comfortable with my body.

It’s all just society-driven. Especially for a woman. It’s like you have to have a certain kind of body, or you need these kinds of hips, and that’s annoying.”

- Megan Rapinoe bares all in the “ESPN” Body Issue

Megan Rapinoe bares all in the “ESPN” Body IssueBody Issue

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epitomeofloyalty:

I don’t want anyone to prejudge me or think exactly one thing. They don’t know me. Before I realized I was gay it was uncomfortable because I didnt really feel like it was me. I felt like oh tomboy was more comfortable for me whatever, but I defeinetly feel like I sort of opened up, and I have both of that now. I still am like a tomboy. I kind of have that athletic more masculine side, I feel like I have a feminine side as well. It’s a big part of my vibe. Finding out how to be that way, be gay, be who am I, be athletic and be a tomboy at the same time. (ESPN The Magazine 2014 Body Issue)

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crystahlise:

❀spiritual/indie❀

crystahlise:

spiritual/indie

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the-urban-deforest:

flatbear:

Victor Victoria, 1982.

My sexuality is Julie Andrews in Victor Victoria.

…. fuck

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