Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have seen their dating life take the country by storm.
After falling into a last-place tie, the Phillies turn to last season’s victory (gay) anthem to bring back their winning ways.
Gay pro baseball player/country singer Bryan Ruby knocks his cover of John Fogerty’s ‘Centerfield’ out of the park
During his hardball career, Ruby heard ‘Centerfield’ almost every day. Now he’s released a country-rock cover of the song and it’s a banger.
Ruby wrote ‘Christmas with You’ on the road during baseball season.
A recent performance of ‘Take Me Out’ helped Mike Maimone reflect on his path to self-acceptance.
The former Villanova star came out 10 years ago and is being honored in Delaware for his accomplishments.
Gay pro baseball player Bryan Ruby is also a songwriter. His story as a gay athlete is inspiring others.
The Sports Equality Foundation celebrates Opening Day of Major League Baseball by inviting some of the out LGBTQ people from MLB to sing the national pastime’s official song.
To welcome the 2020 season, Scott puts the mask back on to join several baseball players and alumni in a virtual seventh inning stretch.
Terrence Bogan scored 77 touchdowns while also starring in school plays. Next year he’ll play for Trinity College.
Anderson covers ‘Never Enough’ from Greatest Showman, Billie Eilish and more.
Eric Radford talks about that magical week at the Winter Olympics, plus quarantine and his budding music career.
DJ Conner Curnick is just starting his career mixing house music, playing a set for a virtual dance party this Friday.
Sam Smith’s music video with Demi Lovato. "I’m Ready," imagines a queer Olympics with athletes in stilettos, bustiers and so much more.
Ms. Jacqueline Dupree belts tunes like Whitney and catches balls like Gronk. And everywhere she goes, people smile.
Fenway Park organist Josh Kantor goes on Facebook Live every afternoon, to play his organ at home — and he takes requests.
Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird croon an inspirational duet in their latest Instagram Live: "Lean On Me," by the late Bill Withers.
Beaten up as a boy for dressing in girls’ clothes, Tuaolo is proudly reclaiming his once-tortured childhood.
Drag queen Coco Baskets says she’s the ‘Queen of the Court,’ and she’ll prove it to you.
Eric Radford is a three-time Olympic medalist. Now he’s turning his talents to writing music for the piano.
Bradley Kim wants everyone to know they are not alone, even if it might feel that way sometimes.
Sami Grisafe is a pioneer for women and LGBTQ athletes.
Rippon is always and forever his true self.
Queen B will be glued to the Olympics figure skating on NBC.
We don’t have to think about it. The song’s perfect for Rippon.
Kid Rock will perform in the middle of the NHL’s disingenuous ‘Hockey Is For Everyone’ month.
Tuaolo has big plans for his post-Voice future.
Tuaolo sang a song by a gay singer who never felt he could come out publicly.