Daley witnesses the institutionalized homophobia that numerous LGBTQ athletes face and refines his activism by listening to their testimony.
Last year Leo Baker had a choice: Continue his gender transition or compete in the Olympics.
Based on his life on the Israeli swimming team, Kaldeon’s film explores the pressures of competition and living one’s truth.
Mark Gordon Pictures, along with the creative team behind the acclaimed documentary "Man Made," plans to tell the transgender pioneer’s story.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist and former WBO Female Flyweight champion will chronicle her life and rise in the new film.
WWE’s Tegan Nox shares how Captain Marvel empowered her to come out as bisexual with actress Brie Larson
Nox and Larson share an emotional moment on Nox’s journey to come back faster, stronger and shinier.
Filmmaker Nick Borenstein provides a fresh and likable take on the ‘gays in sports’ comedy archetype.
Premiering next month, "Steelers" showcases how LGBTQ players and coaches are finding community in rugby.
‘People in the know about wrestling know about this movement, these people and these stories. But what they don’t know is the history that goes back to the 1940s.’
We love them, root for them, make movies about them, but what qualifies someone to be an "underdog"?
Our weekly look at the big stories from the past 7 days of LGBTQ sports coverage is in keeping with this week’s theme week: the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
These are the essential films we picked, centered around sports, that will get you through the coronavirus crisis. Did we miss your favorite? Tell us in the comments!
A new baseball documentary showcases the past, present and future of women playing the national pastime.
An ESPN 30-for-30 short about trans wrestler Mack Beggs notes the unseen stories behind the headlines and where he’s at now.
One of stand-up’s all time innovators falls back on overplayed trans athlete stereotypes in his new "Sticks & Stones" special on Netflix.
These LGBTQ sports documentaries range from body building and surfing to figuring skating and rodeo.
Kiké Hernandez is turning gender roles of athletes upside down as fans and the L.A. Dodgers applaud.
Mack Beggs, Andraya Yearwood, and Sarah Rose Huckman are featured in "Changing the Game," a new documentary film debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival
When two friends and teammates experience a moment of intimacy, ‘Giant Little Ones’ becomes a story of self-discovery.
Mark Bingham and gay rugby are the subject of a new documentary film, remembering the hero of Sept. 11, 2001.
‘Go Figure: The Randy Gardner Story’ promises to be an inside look at the life and struggles of a gay, adopted Olympic athlete.
‘Alone In The Game’ shows the debilitating power of mindless homophobic language.
Sacha Kljestan is bringing Orlando’s LGBTQ community to the movies Thursday night.
Greg Berlanti has crafted a gay-romance film that resonates regardless of generation.
Rippon is taking "fearlessness" to another level.