Out coach Anthony Nicodemo has grown his LGBTQ-inclusion basketball event in the face of attacks.
Swimmer Alec Reitzel grew up in the South and struggled with coming out until he realized he needed to be himself.
Esera Tuaolo again hosts a Super Bowl inclusion party Jan. 29, and adds a great LGBTQ panel discussion.
Out lesbian singer Melissa Etheridge is a huge Chiefs fan and will sing the national anthem at the AFC Championship Game.
Nick McCarvel hosted Jason Collins, Rennae Stubbs, Kevin Anderson and others for an Australian Open inclusion event.
Andre Williams chose to go to the Univ. of Central Missouri in part because they had already accepted another gay athlete.
LGBTQ College Roundup: Drexel’s Anthony Musciano honored for success during his first meet of the season.
Players on NFL playoff teams say they would support having a gay teammate
Boston Celtics held their first LGBT Pride Night and a Boston Bruin got in the spirit.
George Bradley won’t be seeing his favorite soccer team play anytime soon.
Christina Ginther was discriminated against when she was told she couldn’t play in a women’s football league.
The Clippers showed two gay couples kissing on the Kiss Cam during their Pride Night celebration.
Ryan Signorino was nervous joining the track and cross country team as a novice runner and gay man, but he has never looked back.
Boston Celtics sell out allotment of tickets for team’s first Pride night.
Wiggins denies calling an opponent ‘gay,’ but the video evidence sure makes his denial hard to believe.
Granderson will bring his opinion and wit to the intersection of sports and various other elements of our culture.
Christian Zeitvogel feared the worst when he came out as a gay football player, but he was met with love and acceptance.
Many FCA members have no idea the organization stands firmly against the dignity and respect of LGBTQ student-athletes and their relationships.
‘Ellen’ gave a platform to openly gay college football player Jake Bain, who also competed against Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Even people like Martina Navratilova can stumble on trans issues. How you react to that stumble can mean the world to trans people.
Mark Bingham and gay rugby are the subject of a new documentary film, remembering the hero of Sept. 11, 2001.
The level of hate, vitriol and misinformation from some Christians and conservatives defending Chick-fil-A is eye-opening.
Anthony Bowens has been dating his boyfriend for a couple years and now identifies as gay.
Matt Young was raised in a conservative Oklahoma town, but has found his niche as a runner and gay man at the University of Arkansas.
Amanda Nunes is proud to be a gay role model. After knocking out Cris Cyborg, she’s now holds two UFC title belts.
Of the final four teams in college football, one head coach has spoken publicly of inclusion. And one team hasn’t done much.
The most iconic gay sports moment of 2018 was Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy kissing boyfriend Matt Wilkas on live TV.
Chick-fil-A gives millions of dollars each year to a group that espouses discrimination against gay athletes.
L.A. Clippers will host their LGBTQ Pride night when they play the 76ers on Jan. 1.
Navratilova made a trans-athlete comment that Right Wing pundits ran with. Now she wants to learn more about the issue.
The gay-inclusive Naked Rugby Players calendar raises money for charity and is once again OK for Facebook.
Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon turned his success at the Winter Olympics into a year the likes of which we’ve rarely seen.