Thembi told that she did not have a list of qualities she was looking for in a partner but was searching for someone she could connect with.
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We had to be prepared to choose not to play in some countries,” Juhl said.
They had previously decided against going public for two reasons, they said.
“The first reason is that Christinna and I want to be recognised for our sporting achievements and not for being a couple,” Juhl said on the programme.
Guy Code will feature today's top comics, athletes, entertainers, and even some experts to make sure all the players are up to date. “We wanted that recognition, and now we feel we have that, which makes it feel like the right time to tell the public,” Pedersen said.The second reason for keeping the relationship out of the spotlight was security, they said, with a number of the countries in which they have played potentially problematic for players in same-sex relationships."You know that I am a very private person and do not talk about my private life.That part of my life is very sacred and very precious to me and I don't want to talk about it. It is about how they make me feel when I am around them," she said.