Among the 25 players the WNBA identified as the league’s greatest of all time, eight identify as LGBTQ.
Ruby Mae Stewart Xargay was born on Aug. 9, one day after Stewart won gold at the Olympics.
Players crack back on commentator Eddy Demarez for calling one of their teammates "a man" as the team returned from Tokyo.
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi each won their fifth gold medals.
Out Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson led all scorers in America’s 18-15 gold medal win over Russia.
Sue Bird is right: Wearing USA on their jersey should impact how players approach the National Anthem.
The Chicago Sky center is representing the United States in a half court version of basketball at the Tokyo Olympics.
Stewart received some extra hardware on her way to Tokyo, where she’s looking to win her second gold medal.
The NBA analyst used a homophobic choice of words when he lashed at the stars of today’s game.
Six elite French athletes came out at once in a TV documentary. They include three current Olympian and a gold medal winner.
Jaide Hinds-Clarke and Amiaya Carey are both marrying their best friend.
Coming off WNBA, FIBA EuroLeague and Russian Women’s Premier League championships, Breanna Stewart proposed to girlfriend and opponent Marta Xargay.
LGBTQ advocacy groups and LGBTQ fans are not satisfied with the league’s response to KD’s direct message beef with actor Michael Rapaport.
The honor of hosting 2021’s very first in-person Pride night in the NBA since the pandemic began goes to the Phoenix Suns.
Welts came out as gay in 2011, and proceeded to lead the Golden State Warriors through their most successful decade ever.
The Triumph Awards, in partnership with NCLR, honor college basketball coach Layne Ingram, whose passion for basketball, trans rights and social justice make him a role model.
The WNBA player reflects on coming out to their parents and identifying as gender non-conforming in a new podcast interview.
Filmmaker Nick Borenstein provides a fresh and likable take on the ‘gays in sports’ comedy archetype.
The WNBA champion says recognizing her identities as a bisexual and biracial woman brought her world together.
Powers will chair the esports behemoth’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force.
Matt Lynch, who came out in a viral essay last April, says there’s a lot more joy in his life.
The LGBTQ triple jumper set a world record and is the first Venezuelan to be named World Athletics Female Athlete of the Year. Sue Bird and Nyla Rose are our other honorees.
When the boy’s mom tweeted none of their family members reached out, Clarendon offered her support.
Gordon says the incident happened during a game Thursday. He’s currently playing professional basketball in Cyprus.
After being outed, this former college basketball captain found solace in Boston’s gay basketball league
When Quadry Allen was outed to his family, his brothers in the Boston Gay Basketball League took him in.