Megan Rapinoe Plastic Surgery – Before and After. Body Measurements, Lips, Facelift, and More!
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Megan was born July 5, 1985 in Redding, California. She had a complicated life growing up and spend some time in a state prison. But soccer was the way to escape from the harsh realities of everyday life and Megan became really good at it. Rapinoe is openly lesbian. She doesn’t have a wife but she lives with her partner and fellow athlete Sue Bird.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Megan Rapinoe, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||60 kg, 133 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size B|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.5|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
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"There are not many athletes who are out. And I think it's something that's important. It felt important to me. I guess it seems like a weight off my shoulders, because I've been playing a lot better than I've ever played before. I think I'm just enjoying myself, and I'm happy."
"Putting yourself out there is hard, but it's so worth it. I don't think anyone who has ever spoken out, or stood up or had a brave moment, has regretted it. It's empowering and confidence-building and inspiring. Not only to other people, but to yourself."
"Being a winger or a wide mid, I have to run continuously for 90 minutes, which not only takes endurance but also strength in my legs to be able to be explosive for 90 minutes. I think weight training has really allowed me to sustain for those 90 minutes."
"If we want to be proud to be from a country like America and all the things that we hang our hats on, like diversity, equality, land of the free and home of the brave, it's everybody's responsibility to ensure that everyone in the country is being afforded the same rights."
"Even before I came out, looking at me, I've probably looked a little gay. I had short hair, and, you know, it wasn't a huge surprise to people. But some athletes have this image to uphold and may feel like sponsors won't want them if they're gay."