The NBA Hall of Famer has always supported LGBTQ people in sports.
Carl Nassib coming out was a 3-day story. It continues to be just that as the Raiders host the Seahawks.
GLAAD and Outsports bring you our list of the LGBTQ Tokyo Olympics stories that capture our movement.
NBC has issued a statement claiming its commentators used correct pronouns for Smith, when in fact they misgendered Smith multiple times.
Several openly LGBTQ reporters will be covering the Games in Tokyo, and they’re ready to tell the stories of the record-setting number of out athletes.
CBS Sports created a series of programming called ‘Out In The Game’ to honor LGBTQ people in sports during Pride Month.
Hulu’s "Changing The Game" profiles trans high school athletes Mack Beggs, Andraya Yearwood and Sarah Huckman, and their fight for inclusion.
Jared Max thought publicly coming out as gay would ruin him professionally. Ten years later, he says it was the best thing he’s ever done.
A well-deserved promotion for a media star who is also openly gay.
Emily Anderson and Lesley Ryder think mainstream coverage of women’s sports lacks laughs. So they started their own venture.
At Sports Illustrated, Julie Kliegman’s coverage goes far beyond the X’s and O’s.
These new awards, in partnership with NCLR, honor transgender athletes as well as other trans people involved in sports, including this journalist.
Kahrl, who in 2002 became the nation’s first out transgender sports writer, announced she will be heading up sports coverage at a major metropolitan newspaper.
Each and every Saturday, our managing editor reviews the top Outsports stories of the past 7 days and decides who won, and who lost.
Jon Holmes has been publishing stories of LGBTQ people in British sports for several years.
On Deck Circle is a round-up of what’s new in LGBTQ sports news along with today’s social media spotlight.
The San Diego Loyals’ Collin Martin was on TikTok Friday night talking with out gay college soccer captain Couper Gunn of the Sports Equality Foundation.
ROH’s lead announcer is raising money for Allentown, PA’s Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center via Cameo.
‘I feel like I want to become more genuine to people around me and not hide anymore.’
GCW’s 24-hour wrestling event, Fight Forever, is getting a lot gayer.
When a ban on trans athletes in women’s rugby was proposed last year, Outsports launched a series of stories advocating for inclusion. World Rugby didn’t pay attention, but GLAAD did.
With the LGBTQ community being represented in so many aspects of sports, the lack of out play-by-play voices is striking.
SI selecting Breanna Stewart as the face of the WNBA’s activism in 2020 is not a good look.
Sportswriters unhappy with the choice not to name a Black WNBA player are speaking out. Sports Illustrated’s top editor explains to Outsports why he stands by the selection of Breanna Stewart.
Eammon Atkinson says joining a gay-inclusive rugby club was the best thing he ever did, and now he’s telling the world about it.
Steve Kornacki shines on election night and does it as an openly gay man and huge sports fan.
The gay sports radio host fired one year ago in a dispute with his New Orleans station says that was a blessing in disguise, so he can cover anti-racism protests.
Erica Tamposi has worked at NFL Media since 2017 and is now publicly out as gay.
Christina Kahrl, who came out as transgender in the early 2000s, says she thinks it would be more difficult to come out today.