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Still, her story and being out will help countless people continue their journey to self-acceptance, and it’s wonderful to see her take this step.Sue Bird came out as gay to ESPNW Thursday, and also said she is dating U. In a lengthy interview, the Seattle Storm forward said she never hid her sexuality, but also said she never felt the need to broadcast it to the entire world. She has spent 15 years in the league, where she has been an All-Star 10 times and has won two titles.Rapinoe came out in 2012, and she has been an advocate for LGBTQ issues.Bird, though, said that her decision had "nothing to do with Megan," but was "something I've been on the verge of doing for a long time." Bird told Voepel that she nearly came out twice last year, before and during the Rio Olympics, where she won her fourth straight gold medal with Team USA."It's happening when it's happening because that's what feels right," Bird says. women’s basketball team (her fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal), and Rapinoe is part of the defending World Cup champion U. It is interesting what Bird said about people already knowing."So even though I understand there are people who think I should have done it sooner, it wasn't right for me at the time. It's my journey." Talk about a power couple in sports! Frankly, I was surprised to see she wasn’t publicly out already.It's the opposite of Rapinoe, who has been an outspoken activist for LGBTQ rights and famously followed Colin Kaepernick's lead to kneel during the National Anthem last season.
So even though I understand there are people who think I should have done it sooner, it wasn't right for me at the time. It's my journey." A two-time national champion at U-Conn., Bird was made the No.
The army has rejected claims that such a search is occurring.
“If military personnel who served without any problem are forced to be dishonorably discharged and sent to prison due to their sexual orientation, it is hard to distinguish Korea from the worrisome countries where homosexuals are detained, tortured and executed,” said the MHRCK in a statement.
For a magazine's questionnaire ahead of the Games titled "25 things you don't know about Olympians," she said, "I literally had at No. I chickened out." She subsequently was listening to a reporter talk with U. teammate Elena Delle Donne about how the basketball star had recently come out, and Bird was struck by how there was "no big deal" about that conversation.
Bird said she almost chimed in that she, too, is gay, but instead, it was "another moment it was right there, but I didn't say anything." "Megan feels really passionately about things," Bird said.
On Monday (April 17), the center released screenshots of in-app conversations dated Feb.