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.
9 athletes and coaches come out publicly, supported by Clemson. ‘I’ve never experienced anything like this,’ says one.
Luke Tuffs has been out and accepted his entire career. He’s also been incredibly successful in a short period of time.
Saluting America’s LGBTQ athlete veterans; World’s Strongest Gay; Where did all the lesbian bars go?
The Huddle is your daily briefing on what’s new in LGBT sports news, the latest links and who’s in the social media spotlight.
We asked Twitter followers to vote on their favorite stories of the year and their favorite coming out stories.
This gay college basketball coach fell in love with her best friend, and now wants the world to know
Kelly McNiff originally bonded with her wife over basketball. Their relationship eventually grew to include everything else.
Coach Rick Schantz is returning to the pitch after defending homophobia. This time he wants to build inclusion
Schantz has spoken to people in the LGBTQ community. He now understands the impact of his mistakes.
Denis Vachon coaches gymnastics in Canada. His team of mostly male gymnasts instantly embraced a transitioning teammate.
Every day in October we’re looking back at the athletes, coaches and events that made LGBTQ sports history.
Jarrin Williams is out, proud and emerging as a leader in his school and in his hometown.
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In our newest series at Outsports, we’re diving deep into our archives to find athletes, coaches and other sports personnel to revisit their coming out stories and learn what they’re doing now.
Mitch Dalton has found it hard to date and make gay friends traveling so much. He hopes to change that in Austin.
The Connecticut Sun head coach is back in the playoffs, and attempting to lead his team through the most challenging season in memory, all while trying to maintain sanity.