Stanford swimmer Abrahm DeVine found total acceptance coming out as gay to his teammates.
Four NHL players attended the HRC National Dinner, along with some out athletes.
Rippon has donated his Olympic free-skate outfit to the Smithsonian. He was the first out gay man to compete in the Winter Games.
Here’s our weekly fantasy football starting lineup of NFL players who have expressed support for LGBT equality.
When Mexico soccer fans chanted anti-gay ‘puto’ slur on 9/11, ESPN highlighted the fans chanting it.
As Gay Bowl XVIII kicks off, San Diego quarterback Eric Reissner opens up about some of his best memories, worst defeat and his secret to success.
Dale Scott umpired three World Series and came out as gay four years ago.
Overcoming their fourth-quarter woes of late, the Storm defeated the Mystics 98-82 to complete the Finals sweep.
Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Rob Gronkowski, Nick Foles and Russell Wilson are just some of the NFL players who have been LGBT-supportive.
Fujikawa was the youngest player in U.S. Open history. Now he’s the rare male golfer to come out.
Semenya has endured years of scrutiny as an LGBTQ Olympic athlete.
Hannah Mouncey has tried to be selected in the AFLW draft but says the league has treated her ‘like shit.’
Feeling isolated and scared, high school swimmer Hunter Sigmund confided he was gay to Jake Bain, the out captain of the football team. They are now boyfriends and Sigmund is thriving.
Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin the victim of homophobic slurs and says openly gay player is impossible in Premier League
Hector Bellerin of Arsenal acts differently from the average player and that has fans using homophobic slurs.
The Gay Bowl returns to Denver Sept. 14-16.
Gay gymnast Steen Haugsted is fighting to save the gymnastics program at UIC. In the LGBTQ College Roundup, goalie Eva Bower honored by AAC,