Brother & Sister College Swimmers Are Both Gay

| August 1, 2017

“Arizona’s Kennedy Lohman helped older brother Connor in his coming out journey,” Outsports reported recently.

“Kennedy Lohman quit taking her medication at the end of her sophomore year of high school. She started taking Lexapro about six months earlier to help with anxiety and depression. But the prescription took away her personality. She thought emotional highs and lows would be better than feeling flat.”

“Kennedy, who was on the USA Swimming National Junior Team at the time, also quit swimming in May 2014. She felt no competitive drive. Throughout that summer, she didn’t exercise. She seldom left the house. She woke up, watched TV, and rarely left her bed. She also frequently experienced withdrawals from suddenly stopping to take the medication. And since her friends were swimmers, Kennedy was alone.”

“I was still struggling with myself and admitting my — or searching for my — sexuality and accepting that,” Kennedy said. “It was just a whole lot of negative emotions, and I was just sitting in my room all the time because I didn’t have anything else to do.”

“Her older brother, Connor, was so angry she quit swimming that he stopped talking to her for a month.”


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