The top LGBTQ-sports stories of 2018 feature football, the Olympics and some very courageous athletes and coaches.
‘Go Figure: The Randy Gardner Story’ promises to be an inside look at the life and struggles of a gay, adopted Olympic athlete.
Kyler Murray had to apologize for using anti-gay language when he was a teenager. Hopefully he meant it.
An award nomination from FIFA, successful tournaments and an influx of youth breed new life into the LGBTQ soccer group.
Gilly Flaherty plays for England’s national team and professionally for West Ham United.
L.A. Clippers will host their LGBTQ Pride night when they play the 76ers on Jan. 1.
Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills talks about fighting for equality, and how he would handle a gay player on the team.
The New York Gay Football League’s annual bachelor auction, benefitting Gay Men’s Health Crisis, is tonight in Hell’s Kitchen.
Chris DiCintio stands with Anthony Nicodemo and his push for more LGBTQ inclusion, despite Section One’s misplaced retaliation.
Pat Manuel, a transgender boxer, will have his pro debut this weekend.
Indiana State football coach Curt Mallory didn’t hesitate in signing Jake Bain, an openly gay player.
Alex Obendorf had surgery in July, but the cancer has spread and his medical bills have skyrocketed.
David Pocock and his wife, Emma, stood by the LGBTQ community’s side and are now legally married.
A profile of gay college football player Jake Bain shows how important visibility is in sports.