Lynch finalizes a deal at University of South Carolina Salkehatchie, a Division I junior college. He is excited to put his stamp on the program.
Dr Phil talks about trans inclusion in women’s sports on his episode this Friday.
Becky Hammon continues to blaze a trail for women and LGBT people in sports.
Down two games to none, Miller still has an opportunity to become the first out gay male coach to win a pro sports championship.
Ian Pearson-Brown credits tennis with saving his life. That’s why he’s started a group to promote LGBTQ inclusion in the sport.
Jackson has reportedly been turned down by the Kings and Lakers for their coaching positions.
Allison Guth brings her wife and kids back to Chicago to coach Loyola University.
Michael Sam is an assistant defensive line coach with the European League of Football team.
The now-former Saint Peter’s coach was reportedly instrumental in bringing the out gay player to Seton Hall.
Chris Voth has found his coaching home.
Katherine Mowat lives an open life at Ball State, serving as the LGBTQ role model for her players that she lacked.
Wyatt Warnick came out publicly just days after being hired at Sacred Heart, a Catholic school.
Benet Academy originally rescinded Amanda Kammes’ job offer when administrators learned she was gay.
The trailblazing coach was working this summer as a coaching intern for the Chiefs.
Katie Sowers reflects on her chosen family as she returns home, wins a national title and coaches the Chiefs
Katie Sowers is her dad’s daughter, always coaching people to be their better selves and adding to her chosen family.
One tweet called Pride ‘Mental Disorder Month.’ School administrators have ignored requests to talk.
Katie Sowers, who is openly gay, will get a chance to coach this summer for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Out lesbian Doshia Woods completed her first season as a head coach in NCAAW Division I.
The groundbreaking coach says she’s still determined to be a head coach one day.
From April 26 through May 2, the world celebrates lesbians, and we’re shining a spotlight on the athletes, coaches and other sports folks who are women who love women
Our "Out In The World" series catches up with the focus of our most-read stories. Stephen Alexander recalls his past and shares his dream for what lies ahead.
Every day in March, Outsports marked Women’s History Month by highlighting the contributions of out female-identified LGBTQ athletes.
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.
Sports Equality Foundation launched a TikTok account in partnership with Outsports to encourage LGBTQ athletes to be their true and authentic selves.
Matt Lynch, who came out in a viral essay last April, says there’s a lot more joy in his life.
Sowers became the first out LGBTQ coach in NFL history in 2017.
It was already going to be a historic day. It turned out to be one of infamy and tragedy as well.
Micah Porter came out in 2009, but it took him years to battle alcoholism and self-guilt.
The Huddle is your daily briefing on what’s new in LGBTQ sports news, the latest links and who’s in the social media spotlight.