Team USA Olympic skater and celebrity social justice warrior Adam Rippon continues to bask in the afterglow of his star turn in Pyeongchang.
Rippon and fellow gay Olympian Gus Kenworthy dissed their teammates in order to hog the spotlight as an international forum to promote their homosexuality, in Kenworthy’s case, he was working on making a documentary which was capped off by making the media swoon when he swapped spit with his gay lover.
But it was Rippon who was the hero for the identity politics-obsessed Hollywood degenerates for his cheap shots at Vice President Pence, a devoutly Christian man and therefore someone who is hated by the left.
Rippon’s ascension was marked by his strutting his stuff on the red carpet at the Oscars in an S&M bondage harness under this tux. It was the stuff that legends were made of in Tineseltown and now one of the academy’s celebrated figures, Sally Field who has three statues has gotten her wish.
Field wanted someone to broker a date between her own gay son and Rippon and that has now become a reality.
Thanks, mom. pic.twitter.com/m25Er4EEfD
— sam greisman (@SAMGREIS) March 11, 2018
Via Page Six “Sally Field’s son finally meets skater Adam Rippon”:
Olympic skater Adam Rippon and Sally Field’s film-maker son, Sam Greisman, finally met up in Los Angeles, thanks to the actress’ match-making efforts.
“Thanks, mom,” Greisman, 30, wrote on Tweet late Saturday alongside a photo he posted of himself with his arm slung over the shoulder of a smiling Rippon.
Both were attending the 2018 Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner, where Rippon was being honored with a Visibility Award.
Rippon is one of the first openly gay athletes to participate in the Olympics. Greisman also is gay.
It was unclear if the men arrived together.
Field so far hasn’t commented about her son’s meet-up with Rippon, 28, but it seems she would have approved.
Greisman said it was his Oscar-winning mom who urged him to “find a way” to meet the skater.
“Just some really helpful advice from my mom on how to deal with my Olympic crush,” he wrote in a discussion thread he posted in which Fields called Rippon “insanely pretty.”
Rippon may not have been an Olympic hero because of his athletic prowess and was really a big distraction in one of the poorest showings by an American team in history but his homosexuality is a commodity far more precious than gold as he is finding out when it comes to the beautiful people in the celebrity world.