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Ellen Page discusses her coming-out experience with Ellen DeGeneres in a remarkable segment.

In early 2014, Ellen Page came out to the world during an inspiring speech for the Human Rights Campaign. A couple of months later, she visited another awesome Ellen to discuss the experience and how her life has changed since her speech.

Ellen Page discusses her coming-out experience with Ellen DeGeneres in a remarkable segment.

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Since Simone Biles backed out of the team final at the Tokyo Olympics two days ago, the question everyone's been asking is "What the heck happened?"

After two botched vaults, Biles took herself out of the competition, later saying, "I had no idea where I was in the air."

Former gymnasts recognized her wording and have taken to social media to explain a condition known as "the twisties." On a basic level, the twisties is a mental state where your muscle memory shuts down in the air mid-twist. It can happen to any gymnast at any time, but is more likely under intense pressure. It might seem like a mental block is not something that could happen to the unrivaled Simone Biles, who routinely performs incredibly well under pressure, but brains are fickle things.

This explanation from former gymnast and diver Catherine Burns lays it out:

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