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Podcast: Looking back at 15 years of LGBT sports stories, racist cheesesteak, homophobic World Cup

Outsports looks back at 15 years of leading the charge in the media against anti-LGBT bias in sports.

Jim Buzinski (back) and Cyd Zeigler at the Gay Games in 2002
Jim Buzinski (back) and Cyd Zeigler at the Gay Games in 2002
Brent Mullins

Outsports has been publishing for 15 years, ever since Jim Buzinski and Cyd Zeigler sat down at a coffee house on Cape Cod and came up with the idea. Since then they have covered gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues in sports like no other, carrying more coming-out stories in sports than any other publication in the world.

We look back at some of the stories we've felt were more important over the last 15 years, the changes we've seen, and some of the key lessons we've learned.

Plus, we talk about Mark Sanchez eating a "racist cheesesteak" and gay issues in the 2022 World Cup host of Qatar.

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