Here’s this week’s at the winners and losers of the week in LGBTQ sports for your Super Bowl weekend enjoyment. Winners are “Touchdowns” and losers are “Fumbles.”
Touchdown! Tales from a gay football fan
Alex Reimer shares the complicated relationship between his sports fandom and sexuality.
During a confirmation hearing, Sens. Paul and Romney willingly descend into the mire of misgendering and transphobic soundbites.
Touchdown from 2015! The three gayest logos in NFL history
Pat Patriot can’t top the winking Bucco Bruce.
Touchdown from 2013! How gay is your favorite NFL franchise?
We rank all 32 NFL teams based on how “gay” they are. Not surprisingly, the Packers are tops. We hope.
In response to President Biden’s executive order, this organization of former athletes pleads with The White House to adopt a ‘science-based’ approach to trans inclusion in sports.
Luke Strong came out to coaches and teammates as a teen. He still has Olympic aspirations as an out athlete.
President Biden’s LGBTQ executive order said a lot, but some focused on what they thought it said, but didn’t, including a TV sports host.
Lacrosse referee Kyle Kennery battled addiction and self-doubt in his unconventional journey of acceptance.
The Feb. 6-7 event will benefit Out In The Ring’s production and The Matthew Shepard Foundation.
Known to WWE fans as Tyler Reks, Tuft revealed her true identity: ‘a beautiful, wise, witty and wonderful woman.’
Fry’s experience as a volleyball player and coach fuel her drive for inclusion.
‘We’ve only just begun.’
Natasha Cloud and Anya Packer say there’s widespread support throughout their leagues.
As the country observes National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we at Outsports want to make it clear: today is for everyone who identifies as female.
Maria Lopez found strength to share her sexual identity spurred by the demands for racial justice and equality.
While some in Arizona are trying to force her out of girls sports, Zoe’s parents are a model of love and support.
The longtime ally says the league needs to reach out to LGBTQ people and “get uncomfortable.”
As a closeted athlete, Josh Leafer didn’t think there were other people like him. Then he started his own TikTok account.
Every day in February, Outsports is marking Black History Month by highlighting the contributions of Black, out LGBTQ sports athletes.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association tells Outsports it is monitoring efforts by Montana and other states aimed at restricting transgender student-athletes.
Touchdown! WWE’s Tegan Nox shares how Captain Marvel empowered her to come out as bisexual with actress Brie Larson
Nox and Larson share an emotional moment on Nox’s journey to come back faster, stronger and shinier.
Survey finds gay and straight men diverge in fan passion, while lesbians and straight women are in line with each other.
That’s all for this week! I’ll bring you another list of winners and losers next Saturday. Got a name I missed, or want to challenge my choices? Comment here or on Facebook or Instagram, tweet at us, message me via any social media, or just plain email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!