By Hannah Parry For Dailymail. A Christian mommy blogger has announced she is dating retired soccer star Abby Wambach. She loves me for all the things I've always wanted to be loved for.
Abby Wambach got personal on Good Morning America Tuesday, opening up about her struggles with alcohol and drugs to "numb" her personal pain. Lesbian soccer star Abby Wambach writes those words in her new memoirForward. Wambach also spoke out about her divorce from wife Sarah Huffman and her longtime battle with alcohol and prescription drug abuse.
There was press about the wedding, but there was never a press release from her camp about her sexuality, and everyone just kind of figured out that Abby Wambach is gay. In a community where loudness is often encouraged for the sake of visibility and equality, there is also something very powerful about not making a splash, but instead, just walking the same walk your straight peers get to. Since her first appearance on the U.
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Four years ago, at a bar in Brooklyn, I cried a few drunken, happy tears watching soccer titan Abby Wambach, fresh off a World Cup win, run ecstatically toward the stands to kiss her then-wife, Sarah Huffman. Wambach, one of the best players of all time, would be retiring from the game with a 5—2 win over Japan and yet another coveted title under her belt. For one thing, a lot of the players look like the kinds of hot mean girls with ponytails who both intimidated and titillated me in my closeted youth.
Forward by Abby Wambach is a candid look of one of the most prolific female athletes of our time. Whether you are familiar with Abby Wambach or not, this is a memoir that illustrates no matter your legacy of professional skills and talent, private struggles will eventually invade your success and impact every part of your life. At five years old, Abby Wambach discovered that she had a talent for scoring soccer goals.
And today, a whole new thing. A whaaaat in an entirely different direction. It turns out Abby Wambach has infiltrated blonde Christian America.
One of the most respected and highest-scoring players in the game, Abby Wambach will retire from international soccer in December. We look back at her storied career. The session is open to the public, including media, and there are hundreds of people sitting in the bleachers, many of them assessing the state of the team and predicting which players will be in the starting lineup for the Women's World Cup.
What a weekend for gay weddings, eh? She even bought her a hoodie for the declaration. My beloveds — please never give up on love.