Prominent athletes share video of support as trans student-athlete lawsuit has its day in federal court
Athletes show vocal support for transgender defendants in the continuing ADF-Connecticut schools case.
The two-time world track cycling champion talks about sports, speaking out and self care on The Trans Sporter Room.
The two out medalists join a chorus of athletes who are criticizing the IOC for choosing Beijing as a host city.
Prompted by a vote of online supporters, the noted adventurer and advocate takes a message of inclusion to a tough room.
Aaron will forever be associated with home runs and social justice. When those two worlds collided, with society at its ugliest, he persevered and emerged a hero.
Every day in October we’re looking back at the athletes, coaches and events that made LGBTQ sports history.
After being denied by Switzerland’s Supreme Court, Semenya might not be finished running the 800 meters after all.
Powerful #LetHerRun campaign launched to stop discrimination against female athletes like Caster Semenya
The campaign debuted with a harrowing video outlining the horrors of sexual discrimination in international athletics.
The Swiss Supreme Court ruled South Africa’s two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya must take testosterone-lowering drugs to compete in her signature event.
A request for an injunction and motions to dismiss the lawsuit against HB 500 were debated in a three-hour hearing Wednesday in federal court in Boise.
The ACLU seeks to stall or stop Idaho’s controversial law that bans transgender students like Lindsay Hecox from competing with cisgender athletes.
The ACLU filed an injunction Thursday to stop HB500 from taking effect on July 1.
After Idaho became the first state to bar trans athletes from competing in school sports, the ACLU fires back by taking them to federal court.
The hosts of this sports and fitness podcast visit Outsports to talk about the state of disabled rights and parallels with trans athletes.
Kelly Holstine says she took a knee in protest during "The Star-Spangled Banner" to stand up for the marginalized and oppressed.
Bayard Rustin’s activism found its inspiration playing football in high school, and eventually led the towering black gay man to work with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Retired lesbian soccer player Joanna Lohman traveled to Nigeria with Sports United, a program that uses sports to help address serious regional challenges.
Minnesota-based Gender Justice accuses USAPL of breaking state law by not allowing transgender powerlifter JayCee Cooper to compete.
Sixteen Connecticut groups sign onto a collective statement of support for trans rights
Discriminatory language, programming and business dealings bring WWE’s history of homophobia back to the surface