Carl Nassib is the only athlete in the NFL to select an LGBT cause for his cleats this year.
The Stanford band staged a same-sex wedding with Mormon scriptural language as BYU fans booed.
Lamar Jackson answered questions about his vulgar tweet, though no one asked about its roots in homophobia.
‘Being my authentic self with my team and coaches helped me become the person I am today,’ Dustin Stueck writes.
LGBT-inclusive countries did better in World Cup Groups than ‘the Group of Death to Gays’ by every measure
More wins. More goals. Across the board, pro-gay countries at the World Cup did better than anti-gay nations.
Mexico gave up the eliminating goal just seconds after their fans chanted the gay slur yet again. FIFA is now investigating.
LA Rams linebacker Christian Rozeboom said he met his wife through Fellowship of Christian Athletes and wanted to give back.
Patrick Opran performs as his authentic self every night at Boston’s TD Garden, in front of thousands of raucous Celtics fans.
Great Britain’s Stuart Andrew showed his Pride with a rainbow necktie and One Love armband while watching England vs. Wales.
Pacheco defeated previously unbeaten and two-time PFL Lightweight champion Kayla Harrison by unanimous decision.
The FIFA World Cup in Qatar has drawn attention for anti-LGBT laws. More championships like this are coming.
Lamar Jackson could do good by listening to gay men about his comment. Will the NFL star listen?
Baltimore Ravens quarterback was angry at the fan’s criticism following loss to Jacksonville.
Jai Vidal becomes the first out gay male wrestler to sign with IMPACT in the company’s 20-year history.
According to Jones, the former player said the Cowboys drafting Jones would play a big role in ending homophobia around the NFL.
The USMNT uses a rainbow logo at all team-managed facilities as a symbol of inclusion for the world to see.
Iran murders men for being gay and kills women who step out of line. The USA vs. Iran match is a clash of cultures.
With the World Cup underway, Dr, Nasser Mohamed wants to use soccer as a way to elevate the silent voices of LGBTQ Qataris.
At Sports Illustrated, Julie Kliegman’s coverage goes far beyond the X’s and O’s.
Defiant against FIFA and Qatar, German players and other dignitaries show support for inclusion and the LGBTQ community.
‘You are so f’ing important, and you make folks like me feel important too.’
‘Queerness is not a deficit ... it’s an asset that both sets me apart from the crowd and connects me to so many others,’ Harrison says.
Try as some might, homophobes have lost the ‘culture war.’ And we will keep fighting every battle.
FIFA claims edict due to commercial links with prominent music festival.
The decision to harass journalists and fans wearing rainbow-themed attire shows the nation’s contempt for LGBTQ people.
Profiles in Cowardice.
The sale of alcohol is prohibited at all World Cup venues. Here’s what it would look like if FIFA and Qatar offered drinkers the same lame soundbytes they’ve given our community.
Hamrick directed a homophobic slur at a fan while cutting a pre-match promo at Sunday’s GCW "Aura" event, the same day as the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Denver Broncos hold moment of silence, pro sports teams express LGBT support, after Colorado Springs shooting
5 professional teams in Colorado shared their logo in Pride rainbow colors, expressing condolences.
Anti-trans media and legislative onslaughts have grown, yet it seems transgender Americans are left to fight alone.
Isaac Humphries, who played in Kentucky and NBA, came out and then competed in Australia like any other athlete.
Manuel, whose famous gloves will be part of a new project on transgender history, is preparing to fight again.
Multiple reasons, from coaches to the location of the World Cup itself, are possible explanations for the disparity.
These gay athletes have broken through the noise to find they can be accepted as gay athletes in basketball.
Want to know who to root for in the World Cup? We look at rights and threats to LGBTQ people in all 32 countries to give you a guide.