Here are some of the lovely gay faces you can see around the NWSL this season.Twitter: @Keelin Winters Instagram: @winters11 Winters is a midfielder and has been on the Reign since 2013.She also used to be vice president of a commercial real estate company and has said that her dream job is to be GM of Washington’s NFL team, so she seems pretty well-rounded, if you ask me.
Last year she spoke with BBC Sport about the difficulties that come with being a high-profile gay athlete.
She also works with Athlete Ally, which aims to combat homophobia and transphobia in American sports.
Twitter: @Meleana Shim Instagram: @Meleana Shim Shim, who is a midfielder, came out publicly in 2013, a day before the Portland Thorns entered the inaugural season of the NWSL.
She actually went undrafted in the 2013 NWSL College Draft and joined the Thorns after open tryouts. Twitter: @Natasha Kai Instagram: @Natasha Kai_32 Kai, who also grew up in Hawaii (I guess this is a thing with women’s soccer stars? She actually also played for Sky Blue FC when the team was part of the WPS and won the 2009 WPS Championship.
We don't want her to stop posting them because they keep getting lifted, just saying. Photographer you should be well aware that posting your work online without having them so that you can disable embedding from your hosting site will result in your work being used on multiple places.
If it's your photos, why don't you register on this site with the same username that's on those pics?The National Women’s Soccer League embarked on its fourth season this weekend.If you have been following the NWSL, you are awesome and we should be friends. Here are some important things you might wanna know.There are 10 teams: Seattle Reign FC, Portland Thorns KC, Chicago Red Stars, FC Kansas City, Boston Breakers, Western New York Flash, Washington Spirit, Sky Blue FC, Houston Dash and Orlando Pride.This is the Orlando Pride’s first season in the NWSL, which is awesome because it hopefully means the league is sustainable and expanding.This being the fourth season is a pretty big deal considering the last professional league in the United States, Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), folded in 2012 after its third season. Teams have one to four (lookin’ at you, Portland) players who also have steady spots on the USWNT.