The Lesbian Internet Is Obsessed With Tobin Heath & Christen Press

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The pair appeared on the red carpet in Gucci outfits – Press in a cropped pink top and dusty blue skirt, Heath in dark slacks and a sheer white button-down – their pinkies interlocked. Later, Heath posted another image of the pair cuddling together post ceremony, with the simple caption “fun n fun.”

U.S Women’s National Team stars Tobin Heath and Christen Press appeared together at Wednesday’s ESPY Awards, sending lesbian hearts atwitter with their pinkie-holding and canoodling.

The pair appeared on the red carpet in Gucci outfits – Press in a cropped pink top and dusty blue skirt, Heath in dark slacks and a sheer white button-down – their pinkies interlocked. Later, Heath posted another image of the pair cuddling together post ceremony, with the simple caption “fun n fun.”

 

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Neither Heath nor Press have come out, although each has dropped hints at her possible sexuality. However, they have sent the lesbian internet ablaze with their frequent appearances together on social media, although whether they are together or just really good friends remains a mystery – for now.   

 

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In June, Heath sparked additional speculation after displaying an original art creation with the words “I am gay” although did not officially come out.   

 

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In other gay news, lesbian icon (and GO Woman We Love 2022) Megan Rapinoe took home an ESPY award for Best Play, for her corner kick goal in the bronze medal match against Australia in the 2020 Tokyo Games. The U.S. would go on to win the bronze, with both Rapinoe and her fellow forward Carli Lloyd scoring two goals each.  


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