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In October 2020, just over five years after same sex marriage was made a right, two justices, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, wrote a lengthy discourse in defense of Kim Davis, a Kentucky clerk who refused two gay marriage licenses. Both Justices have openly opposed Obergefell v. Hodges, stating that it disrupts the religious liberty of the United States and are urging President Trump to overturn the decision.
In 2017, former Patriots and Chiefs tackle Ryan O’Callaghan admitted he planned on committing suicide while still living in the closet throughout his football career. He further explained that locker room talk and the idea that football players are seen a certain way fueled his desire to hide being gay.
Being a lesbian on TikTok means that my “For You” page is dominated by gay creators, something that should be celebrated. However, gay TikTok has created a toxic culture surrounding coming out, the spectrum of sexuality and so forth.
Photography is a great way to capture a moment with friends, family and anything else in between. You don’t have to be the best at taking a photograph for it to mean something, but it is a major confidence boost when the photo looks good. You don’t need a degree in photography, photojournalism or commercial photography to take pictures. Nothing has to be perfect, and nothing has to look great for a photo to be great, but it doesn’t hurt when it is nicely composed. Here are five simple tips to take your photos from good to great:
The United States women's national team took on a long time rival, the Canadian women’s national team on Sunday. The game was the first time the USWNT was truly challenged in the Olympic qualifying tournament, and that showed in the team’s performance. The USWNT fell apart under pressure by not scoring until the second half and a lack of a clean passing game. Those things can create concern among USWNT fans as the 2020 Summer Olympics are coming up. Let's take a look at what worked and what didn’t work against the quality opponent:
The U.S. women’s national team took on Costa Rica on Monday as part of the Olympic qualifiers. With a new coach and an easy group, the USWNT has seen some major change-ups to the starting lineup as well as the substitutions. Most notable during the match was Ali Krieger, who was out of the game for about two years under the previous coach, Jill Ellis.
The United States Women’s National Team took on Haiti Tuesday night in Texas. Head coach, Vlatko Andonovski, has a lot of room to play around with the lineup in these Olympic qualifying games. However, at some point, a coach must realize that something is just not working for their team. With changes like starting Carli Lloyd, Samantha Mewis and Rose Lavelle, it makes sense that the chemistry seemed off with the USWNT.
The United States women’s national team released the Olympic qualifying roster for the 2020 Summer Olympics. This roster required three players to be cut from the World Cup Roster, bringing it down to 20. With Alex Morgan announcing her pregnancy, that allowed for a little bit of room to cut. However, fans were shocked when the roster was released and the young fan-favorite, Mallory Pugh, was left off the roster in favor of Jessica McDonald and Lynn Williams.
As the U.S. Women’s National Team follows its 2019 FIFA Word Cup win, Vlatko Andonovski has some big shoes to fill as he reprises the role of former coach Jill Ellis, who’s the winningest coach in USWNT history.
After appearing on Colton’s season of The Bachelor, Demi Burnett made the choice to visit the beach on Bachelor in Paradise. She wanted another go at love and to explore her options.
The United States women’s national team took on the Netherlands in the final of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The U.S. came out in a 4-3-3 formation while the Dutch changed up their typical lineup and showed up in a 4-4-2. The first half remained scoreless on both sides — a very uncharacteristic move from the U.S. team. The second half proved the turning point with two goals. With one from Megan Rapinoe on a penalty kick and one from Rose Lavelle, the USWNT took home its fourth star with a 2-0 final score.
The United States women’s national soccer team is set to take on the Netherlands in the final round of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The two teams have met seven times, with the USWNT winning six out of the seven games. After both winning their groups in the early stages of the tournament, knocking out fan favorites such as Canada and France, the teams are set to meet again for the first time since 2016. Here’s what viewers should expect from the matchup on Sunday:
The United States women’s national soccer team took on England in the semifinal match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The U.S. played in a 3-3-4 set-up, with the dangerous combination of Tobin Heath, Alex Morgan and Christen Press to lead the team. The U.S.’ defenders were in for a tough match, trying to hold up against the likes of Lucy Bronze, Ellen White, Keira Walsh and Rachel Daly. The match was a physical one, with both teams fighting to secure their spot in the finals. The U.S. came out on top, winning 2-1, with goals from Press and Morgan and a glorious penalty kick save from goalie Alyssa Naeher. With the semifinal game under their belts and the final match of the tournament just days ahead, here is what we learned from today’s game: