Dr. Rachel McKinnon sent a message at UCI World Masters that even President Trump’s eldest son heard.
Astros right fielder George Springer was caught on camera saying a vulgar anti-gay slur after being called out on strikes by umpire Angel Hernandez in April.
The 14 year old boy kept cheering, even as players reportedly chanted the "F" word at him.
Newly elected co-chair of The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust in the UK repeatedly flaunted his anti-LGBTQ views to other board members
World Series: The Nationals have celebrated LGBTQ Pride night for 15 years, while the Astros were one-and-done in 2010.
Dakota Boring was devastated by his younger brother’s death, but it spurred him to come out and pursue his passion.
The prolific athlete and LGBTQ advocate is expected to join the company’s performance center in January 2020.
Retired NBA player Jason Collins remains the only out gay athlete to compete in the regular season in any of the major American sports leagues.
ESPN’s Katie Nolan plays soccer mom to Megan Rapinoe, Kelley O’Hara and Alex Morgan in a new YouTube video.
Five years ago today, the Dallas Cowboys announced they had cut Michael Sam, the first out gay NFL player ever drafted.
Two of the stars of the Women’s World Cup show the contrast between world class athletes at their peak and confronting the doubters.
Out WNBA star Brittney Griner consistently leads the league in scoring and blocks per game, earning her a place in LGBTQ sports history.
Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar became the first NCAA Division I out transgender swimmer to compete in 2015.
Bayard Rustin’s activism found its inspiration playing football in high school, and eventually led the towering black gay man to work with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Each week, Outsports’ managing editor selects the heroes and goats from the past 7 days of LGBTQ sports coverage. She found a whole lot of transphobes this week!
Five years after a viral Outsports coming out story, Michael Martin tells us he’s trying to make a difference in his community.
In a new video, players and suits from Mexico’s national soccer team ask fans not to chant ‘puto,’ lest FIFA officials thwart their World Cup chances.
Carly Nelson was isolated and bullied after coming out as gay as a Mormon. At the University of Utah, she has found love and acceptance.
Wyatt Pertuset, an openly gay college football player, is a role model for LGBTQ athletes.
Four years ago this month, Chris Burns became the first coach in NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball to come out as gay in an exclusive essay on Outsports.
Trans women athletes will no longer be recognized as female by the IAAF and must keep testosterone levels under 5 nmol/L for 12 months prior to competing.
It was 11 years ago this month that transgender sportswriter Christine Daniels detransitioned. A year and a month later, she died by suicide.
15-year-old sophomore Jake Streder seriously thought of quitting his Illinois football team after being outed, but he decided to embrace who he was and it made all the difference.
Sharice Davids, a Native American and out lesbian who was a mixed martial arts fighter, was elected to Congress from Kansas last year.
The new BETRUE-funded Los Angeles City College Track’s look welcomes all and honors the LGBTQ rainbow pride flag.
Charlie Bird, the gay student who played Brigham Young University’s mascot, Cosmo the Cougar, danced his way into the top slot of ESPN’s ‘10 best mascot moments of all time.’
Avery Saffold wears No. 1 and is a defensive force to be reckoned with for 4-1 Amherst College.
From the Phillies to the Eagles to the Flyers to the Sixers, Philadelphia has the most passionate Outsports fans!
Each week, Outsports’ managing editor selects the heroes and goats from the past seven days of LGBTQ sports coverage.
Jeff Rohrer became the first married out gay ex-NFL player when he married his husband Joshua Ross last November.
Kerron Clement was celebrating Nike’s contribution to a new rainbow track in L.A. when he talked publicly for the first time about being gay.
Titans join LGBTQ advocacy group in celebrating National Coming Out Day.
The British boxing champion is expected to face WWE’s Braun Strowman at WWE Crown Jewel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on October 31.
Gay Olympic freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy will appear on the final season of NBC’s "Will & Grace" revival — it’s actually his third TV appearance.
The former outfielder for the Tigers, Dodgers and Padres is the only baseball player living today — current or retired — to have come out.
For Nike Windrunner Vanessa Righeimer, running opened a door to coming out. At the Chicago Marathon she seeks to race forward.