Megan Rapinoe endorses Elizabeth Warren for president

Megan Rapinoe in a stadium
Megan Rapinoe celebrates after winning the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France Final match between The United State of America and The Netherlands at Stade de Lyon on July 7, 2019 in Lyon, France. Photo: Shutterstock

Soccer star Megan Rapinoe endorsed Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for president.

Rapinoe posted to Instagram a phone call she had with Warren while at an airport.

Related: Marco Rubio feels ‘disrespected’ by Elizabeth Warren’s amazing response to a homophobic supporter

“I just think that [your campaign] is amazing,” Rapinoe told Warren on the call. “It’s big, it’s bold.”

“I just don’t think we can get to a better place by walking this moderate line,” she added.

“We really believe in equity,” Warren responded. “We believe in racial equity, we believe in gender equity, we believe that everybody gets a chance in this country. We can build that kind of America.”

Rapinoe posted the call with a message: “I truly believe the best things in life are a result of being bold and being real. This extends to every part of my life and nothing feels more relevant and real than this election. I’m proud to endorse @elizabethwarren today, for being bold, for being real, for listening to ALL of us, and for being prepared to navigate the unique challenges we face today as a country.

Warren led the only poll conducted so far that asked who LGBTQ people support in the Democratic primary, and Rapinoe is now definitely among her supporters.

The same survey also found that LGBTQ people strongly disapprove of the Trump administration, and Rapinoe has never hidden her contempt for Donald Trump.

Don't forget to share:

Support vital LGBTQ+ journalism

Reader contributions help keep LGBTQ Nation free, so that queer people get the news they need, with stories that mainstream media often leaves out. Can you contribute today?

Cancel anytime · Proudly LGBTQ+ owned and operated

Man who drove his truck into a Pride parade won’t face charges

Previous article

Church yanks artwork that showed lesbian Eves & gay Adams

Next article