Trans cyclist Emily Bridges gives powerful interview, wants to see a trans-inclusion policy in cycling now
In the ITV interview, Bridges says anti-trans statements by British PM Boris Johnson led to threats against her.
Warriors reporter Mark Haynes has apologized after at least 56 hateful tweets resurfaced from his past.
Megan Barnard’s story illustrates the challenging climate that LGBTQ sports broadcasters face.
LGBTQ leaders share insights about the man they’ve gotten to know, both before and since he used the gay slur heard ‘round the sports world.
The commentators held a moment of silence to show support for the LGBTQ community.
Holmes is one of the first journalists outside the U.S. to prioritize the stories of LGBTQ athletes. He’s on to the next adventure.
NBC again fails to mention the historic presence of LGBTQ athletes during its Opening Ceremony and competition broadcasts.
Brigham, who recently retired from full-time journalism after 46 years, is one of the LGBTQ sports community’s biggest champions.
An out teenager is petitioning the media to highlight Qatar’s anti-LGBTQ laws ahead of the World Cup
Chloe, a 15-year-old soccer fanatic, sees through the Gulf kingdom’s hollow gestures.
Dungy blinded defended Gruden before his homophobic emails were uncovered.
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.
Jon Holmes has been publishing stories of LGBTQ people in British sports for several years.
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.