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» July 16, 2019

When I was 19, I saw Brokeback Mountain for the first time. I felt my heart crack open when Jake Gyllenhaal’s Jack Twist told Heath Ledger’s Ennis Del Mar “I […]

» July 16, 2019

I spend a lot of time thinking about women’s soccer. It’s part of the job when you are someone who writes about women’s soccer. I think about fans and the […]

» July 15, 2019

This power ranking is not reactionary. This power ranking takes outside factors like weather and injuries into account. It has bias—yours when you read it and mine when I wrote […]

» July 15, 2019

Women’s soccer is funny sometimes. There are funny things that happen in and around women’s soccer (or women’s sport in general) that are odd when you compare them to men’s […]

» July 9, 2019

Amidst the celebration of yet another World Cup victory, US Women’s National team star Carli Lloyd may have given some insight into a potential retirement. She still feels like she […]

» July 9, 2019

The Game Changers is a weekly series looking at the most important results each week. Each section will look at one team and how its win, loss, or draw impacts […]

» July 9, 2019

This power ranking is not reactionary. This power ranking takes outside factors like weather and injuries into account. It has bias—yours when you read it and mine when I wrote […]

» July 7, 2019

The United States have taken home the trophy, making them the second nation to win back-to-back titles, and giving them four total out of eight tournaments. For obvious reasons, the US […]

» July 7, 2019

The World Cup is a wonderful event. Once every four years, the whole world collectively watches the best players in the world compete. We watch their triumphs and their failures. […]

» July 7, 2019

The big one is finally here. The United States enter this match on an 11-game winning streak in the competition, which goes all the way back to the group stage […]

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