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That’s quite enough, Caitlyn Jenner. We’re done.

Olympian turned reality star Caitlyn Jenner told me just one year ago she’s not interested in politics. And now she wants to be governor? Bitch, please.

Caitlyn Jenner is running for governor

The Olympic great will challenge California Gov. Gavin Newsom in this year’s anticipated recall election.

UFC’s silence on Florida’s anti-trans sports bills is ‘deafening’

With UFC 261 taking place in Florida on April 24 in the shadow of the state’s push for anti-trans sports bills, the promotion remains quiet on the issue.

New Jersey Devils host team’s first Pride Night since pandemic

The NHL team hosted its 5th annual N.J. Devils Pride Night, featuring special jerseys which will be auctioned-off to benefit LGBTQ groups.

Phoenix Suns treat LGBTQ fans to 2021’s first in-person Pride Night in NBA

The honor of hosting 2021’s very first in-person Pride night in the NBA since the pandemic began goes to the Phoenix Suns.

During Covid-19, this gay out-of-work airline employee is biking across North America for LGBTQ youth

Andrew Mortensen’s journey began in northwest Washington state. Six months later, he’s raised more than $7,500 for The Trevor Project, and is on his way to Patagonia.

A Letter To President Biden

A transgender American’s challenge to, and hopes for, the new administration in Washington, D.C.

Here’s a great way to start 2021: Come out

It’s a new year! Unfortunately, Some of 2020’s worst problems followed us into 2021, like the dearth of out pro male athletes. A New Year’s message from the managing editor.

Outsports Female Hero of the Year: Natasha Cloud

The WNBA champion opted out of the WNBA bubble, and made an indelible impact on athlete activism. Our other honoree is an out athlete who became a doctor.

7 items on my Black Friday LGBTQ sports shopping list

Much like our feast day, the day after Thanksgiving is far different this year because of the pandemic. Our managing editor is searching for seven things not found on store shelves.

Sin City Classic bringing 3,000 LGBTQ athletes to Las Vegas this January

The annual LGBTQ sporting event will be smaller and leaner, and organizers are prepared for all of it.

5 ways the election of Joe Biden could impact LGBTQ sports

In his first speech as president-elect, Joe Biden talked about gay and transgender Americans.

Out former goalie Michael Martin confronts pandemic on WV school board

Elected to the board this past June, Michael Martin deals with the challenges of overseeing schools during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Instagram post shows Megan Rapinoe proposing to Sue Bird

If this can happen, maybe the rest of 2020 won’t suck so bad afterall. Still... there are questions about their timing.

WTF, Justin Turner? UGA swimmer: ‘I’m gay;’ How hot is Emma Gee?

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.

Pernille Harder’s triple victory at UEFA Awards, Danish Rainbow Awards

The Danish footballer was honored by both the Danish Rainbow Awards and UEFA for her landmark year on and off the soccer pitch.

How this gay All-American runner is fighting to save Minnesota’s men’s track & field team

The University of Minnesota announced last week it’s cutting its men’s track and field team. But Dawson LaRance is trying to help save it.

Having a baby during COVID pandemic makes 3 for this PGA exec and her wife

Molly Gallatin finds a wife and baby make it easy to be out. Now she wishes she’d been out with the Minnesota Twins.

Gay former college gymnast says his sport is an ‘endangered species’

Evan Heiter, who was a gymnast for the University of Michigan, says his sport was fighting for survival long before Covid.

Lesbian skateboarder Annie Guglia ready for Olympic debut

Annie Guglia will be representing Canada at the Tokyo Games in the sport’s first year as an official Olympic sport.

How this national gay sports league is trying to safely operate during Covid, and provide needed relief to LGBT people

Varsity Gay League, which operates in 18 states and boasts an estimated 5,500 players per season, is trying to safely bring back some semblance of normalcy.

Brazilian soccer scoring ace Cristiane finds the back of the net at the altar

Marriage "fulfills a dream" as she eyes one more Olympic dream in Tokyo in ‘21.

Opponents of Idaho’s trans student athlete ban win injunction

Inclusion gets an early pair of wins as the Hecox v. Little lawsuit moves ahead.

Legendary Golden Gate Wrestling Club shutting down after 40 years

‘GGWC literally saved my life.’ An outpouring of love and support for one of the pioneering sports groups for LGBTQ people.

Canceling college football could have devastating impact on LGBT college athletes

The Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they’re canceling their fall sports seasons, which could devastate non-revenue sports.

The QuaranTeam holds its final Zoom video chat of the summer

Outsports hosted one last Zoom video conference Friday night for anyone and everyone who wanted to join us in conversation, shared stories, and to feel connected.

Houston Dash vs. Chicago Red Stars in NWSL Final

The women of the Red Stars met the Dash in Sandy, Utah to see who will take home the Challenge Cup.

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Are you ready for the WNBA? Tipoff is today!

Swish Appeal has a preview of the shortened season set to begin today.

Delle Donne reveals fears about being forced to play; Mystics GM says she will be paid

In an emotional Players’ Tribune op-ed, Elena Delle Donne discusses how Lyme disease ravages her immune system and should prevent her from playing in a pandemic.

Elena Delle Donne: WNBA doctors rejected my medical opt-out request

Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne, who suffers from chronic Lyme disease, says doctors denied her application to opt-out.

WNBA favorite Connecticut Sun have two players test positive for coronavirus

Briann January and Natisha Hiedeman tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and will miss at least some of training camp.

Gay sports bar Gym closes West Hollywood location due to COVID-19 pandemic

Gym Sportsbar is closing its West Hollywood location after a nearly 11-year run because of the pandemic.


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