Super Bowl LVIII set a record with 123.4 million viewerships, with millions of LGBTQ fans among that number.
The two Super Bowl participants in 2003 would not discuss the issue. Times have changed.
Two NFL legends were on hand to welcome the LGBTQ community and youth to the NFL Experience,
I’ve always loved the 49ers and football, but the sport taught me that I should exist on its edges. The 49ers taught me otherwise.
Super Bowl LVIII will be the third 49ers Super Bowl party at Hi Tops since its opening. This time, they’re hoping to celebrate a Niners championship.
The Los Angeles party, hosted by Brian Pendleton, raises money for Camp Lightbulb.
Questions still swirl about what happened to Sam’s NFL chances. Since then, the league has shown LGBTQ support.
By winning a silver medal at the World Aquatics Championships, Daley and partner Noah Williams earn Great Britain a quota spot in Olympic Men’s Synchro Diving.
The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs have both had male cheerleaders. Their female teammates embrace them.
Messages of LGBTQ inclusion were central to the third Night of Pride at the Super Bowl.
ESPN reported that the 34-year-old would not sign the one-year super max deal offered by the Washington Mystics.
The NCAA’s first out trans individual champ seeks to bring hope in telling her life story.
Ahead of Super Bowl LVIII, Outsports highlights efforts by the NFL, teams, coaches and players to show LGBTQ inclusion.
While none were out at the time, four gay players have played in a Super Bowl.
Scott Ureta and Ty Millard became close friends in an LGBTQ basketball league and their chemistry makes the Fruit Hoops podcast a delight.
The LGBTQ sports trailblazer was on the sidelines the last time the 49ers and Chiefs played in the Super Bowl. It gives her mixed emotions for the game.
NHL legends Brian Burke and Andrew Ference coached two gay hockey teams in the Pride Cup.
Nelson ran his first marathon in October. He talks to Outsports about the need for LGBTQ visibility in the sport, and the support of Front Runners New York.
The English striker, who recently turned 19, contributed an assist as he began a loan spell at Bradford Park Avenue.
The player, a devout Christian, says he supports gays in baseball even though he thinks homosexuality is wrong.
The Washington Redskins quarterback would welcome a gay teammate but hope to lead him to Jesus.
Raquel Pennington, a winner at UFC 297, says she found Strickland’s homophobia "disgusting" and that Dana White showed "concern."
Pro surfer Bethany Hamilton piles on the anti-trans vitriol with a tweet supporting the boycott against her former sponsor Rip Curl.
RK Russell talks about the importance of all of them showing support, and hoping for more.
England’s first trans referee returns to her roots in the dugout as the country’s first trans manager.