Athletic bisexual women
Wearing her BYU track uniform and donning a pride bracelet, Gee is comfortable with all of the hats she wears: Latter-day Saint, bisexual woman, and BYU student-athlete. She said coming out, for her, was about wanting to progress in her personal life. She said she hopes coming out and owning her story will help create a more inclusive environment at the school, which has been criticized recently for how it handles Honor Code infractions and treats LGBTQ students. Gee said she wants to see equal chastity standards for straight and queer students.
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When it comes to LGBTQ acceptance, female athletes are years ahead of the men.
When it comes to LGBTQ acceptance, female athletes are years ahead of the men. - Upworthy
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22 Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Women Athletes Who Changed the Game
Every couple of years, the world sends its most in-shape humans to battle it out in various sports arenas for the enjoyment of everyone as they compete in the Olympics. With that in mind, here are five out lesbian and bisexual women athletes from all over the globe to cheer for in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Image via Twitter. She won gold in Turin in at age 19, becoming the youngest-ever Olympic champion in speed skating for the Netherlands.
In recent years, dozens of women athletes have come out as gay and of course one very famous athlete came out as a trans woman, but this development is relatively new. Women who came out before the last few years risked everything to do so: their endorsements, their fans, their spots on their teams, their livelihoods, and sometimes even their own lives. The criteria is solely that they are LGBTQ and that they made a significant impact in both sports and queer culture.