Hello lovely people who continue to follow this blog despite my failure at updating it!
First off, thank you for continuing the Pinoe love in my absence and I’m sorry if I haven’t responded to your messages (hence the reason for this update). I am in my final month of grad school and life is a little more than crazy. BUT, once I graduate in December and become kind of an adult, I promise to get this blog up and running again with more than just the occasional reblog.
In the coming weeks I will try to catch up on the hot mess that is my inbox and queue up some original stuff for you. I miss you guys!
Pinoe and Lori were interviewed for the Human Rights Campaign Fall 2013 Magazine. Check out the full interview here. It starts on page 22.
Megan Rapinoe during Lyon’s match against Rodez.
Photo by Alex Ortega.
Nice pose, Sarah x
There’s a shit ton of awesome hair in this photo.
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Tuesday just became amazing. GAH.
"I have a feeling that it’s not going to be the athletes that are the most affected by this law but the months leading up to the Russian games, and the months after the Russian games — what is the lgbt community subject to? To focus on that and I think lean in on Russia and put pressure on them to get rid of these laws which are absolutely inhumane.”
“Will I be able to walk out in the streets by myself and feel like I would be okay? Would I be able to bring my girlfriend and feel like I would be okay? It’s a little bit unclear. but I don’t think it’s so much the athletes. I think that would put a very bad light on Russia. I think it’s more about the community there right now and what is happening and how they are suffering right now.”
- Megan Rapinoe (Olympians may face penalties for protesting Russia’s law)