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Of course people are interested in your sexual orientation. You have a lot of respect for your fellow athletes for working hard toward a goal. Their sexual orientation takes a backseat to that.

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Figure Skating wants to Sex dating in Rippon a part of me. It's a huge thing to have your sport's governing body be a part of that and to show all their athletes that they accept them for who they are and for their individual personalities.

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Rippon skated in three World Championships, but he's never skated in the Olympics — he was eighth at the January U. Championships, missing the two-man U.

Rippon is scheduled to open his season at Finlandia Trophy in Finland next week, and he's entered in Skate Canada on Halloween weekend. He says he wants to be a "relatable example" for other athletes and LGBT people, adding:.

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