Mason LeFebvre now feels he has a family in the rink. Team Trans travels to Madison, Wisc., this weekend.
The Washington Football Team welcomes the LGBTQ community for Thursday Night Football.
Pride Night attendees will make up about half of the fans at the Dodgers Pride Night game on June 11.
Amazin LeThi heosted a series of Outsports Instagram Live conversations for AAPI Heritage Month.
We’re hosting four young LGBTQ sports professionals in a conversation about working in the sports world.
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
The NHL team hosted its 5th annual N.J. Devils Pride Night, featuring special jerseys which will be auctioned-off to benefit LGBTQ groups.
The honor of hosting 2021’s very first in-person Pride night in the NBA since the pandemic began goes to the Phoenix Suns.
While the NCAA watches states ban trans girls and women. MLB took action against Georgia for restricting voting rights, pulling the All-Star Game from Atlanta.
The Sports Equality Foundation celebrates Opening Day of Major League Baseball by inviting some of the out LGBTQ people from MLB to sing the national pastime’s official song.
Butch vs. Gore’s 7-person tournament for the Cassandro Cup aired Sunday night, as well as an IWTV Independent Wrestling title shot on IWTV.
Synergy Pro Wrestling owner Patrick Shea, one of the few out wrestling promoters, actively concealed his criminal past to the wrestling world by operating under the name Colin West.
Every day in February, Outsports marked Black History Month by highlighting the contributions of Black, out LGBTQ sports athletes.
The Feb. 6-7 event benefited Out In The Ring’s production and The Matthew Shepard Foundation.
As the country observes National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we at Outsports want to make it clear: today is for everyone who identifies as female.
Esera Tuaolo and Hate Is Wrong host conversations and a celebration about LGBTQ inclusion, around the Super Bowl.
Santa Claus asked our readers to join us for an Outsports Zoom chat and so many did!
We chatted with 2 gay dads who are coaches, co-presented by Gays With Kids.
In 1994, the Giants set an example for the rest of baseball by devoting a game to HIV/AIDS charities. They’ve continued it every year since.
Every Nov. 20, the names of hundreds of transgender and non-binary individuals who lost their lives to violence are read, all around the world, on the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The annual LGBTQ sporting event will be smaller and leaner, and organizers are prepared for all of it.
Four college athletes joined us to share their experiences building support groups for LGBTQ student-athletes.
The Association of LGBTQ Journalists said it chose the Outsports cofounders because they are among those "who have exemplified the association’s mission to advance fair and accurate coverage of LGBTQ communities and issues."
Every day in October we’re looking back at the athletes, coaches and events that made LGBTQ sports history.
Ahead of National Coming Out Day, five out athletes shared their coming-out insights and experiences.
Four players and referees in men’s hockey discuss their experiences being out in the sport.
In what may be a first, four Asian and Asian-American LGBTQ athletes talk about their unique sports experiences.
Two studies out of Australia suggest teams that host pro-LGBTQ events experience less homophobic language by players.
Five coaches from across sports discussed how to handle the situation when an LGBTQ athlete comes out on your team.