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Moment #10: Matthew Mitcham wins diving gold medal in Beijing

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Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Diving, 2008. You've seen the likes of it in big Hollywood movies, but you've rarely seen it in real life. The...

'Blue Mountain State' returns as homoerotic and gay-friendly as ever

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There's a great review of Spike TV's 'Blue Mountain State' over at AfterElton, highlighting some of the nudity and some of the good-natured fun of the show. From Michael Jensen: While it would...

High school swimmer, 16, starts blog as part of coming out process

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"Sam I Am" is a new blog written by Sam, a 16-year-old high school junior in Pennsylvania. In ninth grade he was on the school swim team, but he quit his sophomore season, feeling inadequate and...

Moment #11: Australian rugby league player Ian Roberts comes out while still active

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Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Rugby league, 1995: Ian Roberts was a top-level professional player in Australia's rugby league. And he came out...

Boston gay football hosts youth field day this Saturday

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On Saturday, September 24, 2011, Boston’s FLAG Flag Football League and the Massachusetts Commission on GLBT Youth will be hosting a first-ever GLBTQ Youth Field Day. The event will be held from...

Moment #12: Renee Richards wins right to play in women's U.S. Open

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Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Tennis, 1977. In 1976 the United States Tennis Association barred female transgender tennis player Renee Richards...

Who's hotter in Armani underwear: David Beckham, Rafael Nadal or Cristiano Ronaldo?

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David Beckham has been the poster child for athletes willing to strip down and show off their gorgeous bodies. Most notably he's done it for Armani underwear. Now come new photos and videos of...

Jamey Rodemeyer: This is why pro athletes should come out of our society's last closet

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One of the reasons we hear professional athletes don't come out is that they don't have a good reason. "They would risk too much," we hear. "They can just wait until after retirement." But of...

Moment #13: Magic Johnson announces he has HIV

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Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Basketball, 1991: Magic Johnson's announcement on Nov. 7, 1991, that he had tested positive for HIV and was...

Moment #14: Diver Greg Louganis comes out publicly at Gay Games IV

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Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Diving, 1994: "Welcome to the Gay Games, it's great to be out and proud." With those words, gold medal Olympic...

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