Abbie Hetherington has found total acceptance with the Cowgirls track and cross-country teams.
Jacob Van Ittersum felt it was time to tell the world he is bi.
Growing up in a macho culture where bullying was prevalent was very hard for Luis Hernández.
"It doesn’t affect my ability to play football. It doesn’t affect my ability to serve my country."
Justin Stevenson never let anyone else define him.
Ryan Socolow came out to his team in 2013 and found a warm embrace from coach and teammates.
Joe Woehling doesn’t let his skin color or his sexuality define him.
Adam Dalton thrived when he no longer used running as an unhealthy crutch.
Justice Horn came out to his coaches and team all in one day. He’s glad he did.
Landon Foster has committed himself to a life promoting diversity in sports and business.
Donovan Hillary felt he had to quit football at Queen’s Univ. Now he’s on a team where he feels he can come out.
Nick Lee has thrived at Vassar after learning to be himself.
Matthew Garza of Johns Hopkins wanted to live an authentic life.
Sam Layding used out Lehigh University teammates as inspiration.