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Germany’s Olympic Team Chooses Rainbow Uniforms

by Jean Ann Esselink on October 3, 2013

in 2014 Winter Olympics,Jean Ann Esselink,News,Sports

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The German Olympic Team has introduced the uniforms athletes from that country will be wearing in Sochi next winter. The team’s official position is the rainbow uniforms in the photo above are not intended to make a political statement in opposition to Russia’s new homophobic propaganda law, but, let’s be real here, it’s hard to imagine anyone would wear such a creation to make a fashion statement. I will let you make your own judgement. Political statement? Fashion statement? Both?

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Coxhere October 3, 2013 at 9:42 am

Official uniforms for all athletes from every country need to be rainbow flags. In addition, when each nation is introduced their athletes should be holding a rainbow flag instead of their national flag. Next, the Russian government should attempt to arrest all participants in the entire olympics. It's the least that both sides could do. Then let the entire world watch what unfolds.

MiddleGrounds October 4, 2013 at 3:33 am

While that happens, I'll go make some rainbow bacon and make some rainbow popcorn balls for all of us to enjoy! (Hey! Don't judge! It's real! Look it up! LOL)

mydnyght October 3, 2013 at 11:43 am

Pretty awesome actually especially coming from the Germans.

milomurray December 18, 2013 at 2:17 pm

At least when the Olympic fashion is awful this year, it will be making one hell of a statement. Well done, Germany! Also, I concur with Coxhere. Putin's not the only one who can make sweeping, grandiose statements using the Olympics as his grandstand.

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