Appearing at the White House and before Congress, the out athlete called for gender equity in pay and said women's sports are not "spontaneously combusting" due to trans inclusion.
The sports stars announced the news with a sweet Instagram post.
The Kristen Stewart-led Charlie's Angels reboot is all about female solidarity, and Rapinoe is the perfect choice to lead a group of "Angels" on the pitch.
The soccer star was chosen along with Charlize Theron, Ava Duvernay, Yara Shahid, and Margaret Atwood, among others.
The World Cup champion delivered a rousing speech while accepting the award for FIFA's Female Player of the Year.
Rapinoe spoke about how she and her parents continue to have an open dialogue despite her thinking her dad voted for Trump, who went off on her in a Twitter tirade.
Rapinoe and teammate Christen Press said they are not backing away from their fight for equal pay and they'll see the U.S. Soccer Federation in court.