We watched the whole parade of nations and loved some of the fashion choices while others left us scratching our head.
Ralph Lauren decides the image Team USA wants is ‘direct to VHS ski movie villains.’
Lewis Freese is using his opportunity to broaden the definition of gender and what’s possible.
The GOP-controlled State House of Representatives failed to overturn Gov. Kristi Noem’s transgender sports veto. So she got out her pen and wrote an E.O. for what she wanted.
Over the past couple of years, Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness has crossed over with the sports world to spectacular results.
As the nation mourns civil rights hero John Lewis, my weekly list of winners and losers is a tribute to his legacy.
In a career filled with firsts, Valentina Sampaio helps Sports Illustrated embrace the trans community.
‘Soft,’ "Ram it up,’ ‘Lambs" are among the terms Eric Dickerson used to criticize the Rams uniforms.
All this week, Outsports is joining SB Nation in looking back at our favorite and least favorite sports jerseys, unis and kits. We begin with the 1975-1986 jerseys of the Houston Astros.
Out LGBTQ athletes Chris Mosier, Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Caster Semenya are among those chosen by Nike to model competition uniforms for Tokyo 2020.
After pairing drag and pro wrestling through Uncanny Attractions, the pansexual wrestler looks to marry New York Fashion week and no ring deathmatches on February 6.
Troy Aikman. Aaron Rodgers. Players coming out. The NFL dominates the list of the most-read Outsports stories of the decade.
Six NFL players are raising money for the anti-gay Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Four support the end of bullying.
Erica Bougard’s rainbow-flapped Nikes in anti-gay Qatar show the power of visibility in the sports world.
Playing football and idolizing Billy Porter have rarely gone hand-in-hand. Jacob Lancaster is breaking the mold.
The retired NBA star’s new fashion statement of inclusion further demonstrates support for his son and the LGBTQ community.
A record 70+ MiLB teams have hosted Pride Nights this season, and now the Staten Island Yankees will do it in rainbow style.
After eliminating the Utah Jazz in Game 5 of the NBA playoffs, the Houston Rockets’ point guard James Harden wore an outfit that featured cartoons proclaiming love is love.
Shirts and other accessories for LGBT sports fans, athletes and allies.
The two countries’ soccer teams gave a nod to LGBTQ inclusion as Pride Month kicks off.
Nike BeTrue shirts and shoes will be available June 6 to celebrate Pride Month.
The Detroit Piston wants to make an LGBTQ-inclusion splash during a game.
Rippon is taking "fearlessness" to another level.
Rippon is always and forever his true self.