Crystal Dunn is playing with freedom — and fury

It takes time to step into one’s power — and in ’s case, perhaps it also took the jolt of being cut from the 2015 World Cup roster, the monumental perspective shift of having a baby, and the sacred sovereignty of crossing the threshold into her 30s. Each milestone taught her more about herself and what she’s capable of. Now, she’s unstoppable. (Andscape)


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