Sosa has seen his season with the Atlanta United ended with a suspension for a gay slur.
The Columbus Crew forward levied the slur at a Portland Timbers player earlier this month.
LAFC has demonstrated support for the LGBTQ community, yet it and other soccer clubs have been unable to eradicate the anti-gay slur.
For the first time, pro baseball, basketball, football, hockey and soccer has an out gay male player under contract.
Brock McGillis suffered for years hearing the very things Kevin Durant and Sebastian Lletget were allowed to say.
Sebastian Lletget was cleared to play in the Galaxy season opener at Inter Miami, according to a source with the LA Galaxy.
Sebastian Lletget has expressed remorse for using the slur and has committed to helping the LGBTQ community.
LAFC’s Pride Republic and The 3252 are helping ‘Chiquilin’ and others understand the power of homophobic slurs.
Robbie Rogers won the MLS Cup with the L.A. Galaxy almost two years after coming out publicly.
Robbie Rogers competed for the United States in the 2008 Summer Olympics. He still feels the joy and heartbreak today.
Real Salt Lake coach Mike Petke was supposed to be coming off an unpaid suspension for homophobic slurs. Instead he’s out of a job.
Pacifici played with the Columbus Crew in 2016. Now he hopes coming out can help other gay athletes be their true selves.
At one point an estimated 80% of the fans at the LAFC match sent the gay ‘puto’ slur booming throughout the stadium.
The MLS player frequented a D.C. gay bar and was out to teammates in two cities.
That ‘distraction’ word may have been at play for Minnesota United’s out player.
Teams celebrated on the field and in parades.
Outsports will march, as well as members of MLS and NWHL. It will be the the sportiest Pride March ever.
MLS needs to get serious: Stop matches and clear stadiums for anti-gay chants.
Real Salt Lake player has gay brother, former player has gay dad. Both celebrating team’s Pride night.
Event is a first in conservative state.
Sacha Kljestan is bringing Orlando’s LGBTQ community to the movies Thursday night.
Robbie Rogers' retirement leaves no out gay role models in men's pro team sports.
Robbie Rogers played four seasons after coming out as gay, winning the MLS Cup.
Rogers talked with Jason Collins about coming out as gay in pro sports.
Gay pro athletes will come out when they want to. For whatever reason they aren’t right now.
Pro soccer referee Matthew Nelson says ‘hiding the fact that I am gay was unproductive.’