Despite being one of the most prominent women in the league, she said she has always been shy when it comes to her personal life."Of course, I have a whole journey — everybody does in life. I don't like to be, not necessarily 'gossiped' about but the topic of conversations," Bird said.
these aren't secrets to people who know me,” Bird said. I think people have this assumption that if you're not talking about it, you must be hiding it, like it's this secret. The couple met each other at the 2016 Olympics where both were competing.MHRCK alleges that prosecutors coerced a soldier, already under investigation, into approaching another officer on an app widely used by gay and bisexual men in order to extract information about the officer’s name, rank and military unit.MHRCK also unveiled a leaked guideline from the High Army Prosecutors’ Office dated March 23 that urges “strict handling of same-sex sex acts to prevent a proliferation of soldier-on-soldier sodomy.” The center said that army chief of staff Jang Jun-kyu ordered the search, with about 40 to 50 soldiers identified so far as being homosexual.Still, her story and being out will help countless people continue their journey to self-acceptance, and it’s wonderful to see her take this step.Sue Bird came out as gay to ESPNW Thursday, and also said she is dating U. In a lengthy interview, the Seattle Storm forward said she never hid her sexuality, but also said she never felt the need to broadcast it to the entire world. She has spent 15 years in the league, where she has been an All-Star 10 times and has won two titles.