Amazin LeThi has hope that hosting so many events in Asia in a short period of time helps people in those countries and beyond.
While the IOC claims to ignore human rights as ‘politics,’ the Gay Games embrace their role as agents of change.
Every day in October we’re looking back at the athletes, coaches and events that made LGBTQ sports history.
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.
Nuno Costa has overcome many challenges, and now faces the biggest one of all: raising his daughter, Maria.
Hong Kong is supposed to host the 2022 Gay Games, but recent protests are making the Federation of Gay Games a little worried.
Every day of Pride month, Outsports is profiling an LGBTQ athlete whose life and achievements carry on the spirit of the Stonewall Uprising. Today’s is Tom Waddell.
Kevin Mwachiro discussed a key pending court case in Kenya and praised Anthony Bourdain’s show as ‘respectable storytelling.’
Kevin Mwachiro and Kelvin Washiko traveled from Kenya with the help of Front Runners and the Gay Games.
Jay Mulucha uses sports to break down barriers in Africa.
Athletes from swimming, track, volleyball, wrestling, softball and more.
This will be the 10th Gay Games and the third in Europe.
At 65, Stephen Kovacev is still running strong and inspiring people across the community.
Despite the World Cup and Gay Games, some didn’t like Pride or the sports focus. We did.
Heather Stewart has many reasons to look forward to the Gay Games in Paris.
Roland Jarquio has gone from newbie to gold-level figure skater.
Sarah and Babeth will celebrate 20 years together, from Gay Games to Gay Games.
Will large-scale LGBT sports events survive?
Sports has not escaped the disease’s ravages, but some offer hope and inspiration.