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LGBTQ Sports winners and losers for this new era

Events on the world stage have overshadowed these last seven days of LGBTQ sports.

Hank Aaron embodied what athletes endured to fight for a better world

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.

Tommy Lasorda has died, never having admitted the truth about his gay son

Two days after Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda was discharged from a hospital in Orange County, Calif., he died at his home in Fullerton, Calif. His son, Tom Jr., died of complications related to AIDS in 1991.

Remembering trans advocate, blogger and ultimate Houston sports fan Monica Roberts

Today we mourn Monica Roberts, the creator of the award-winning TransGriot blog and someone her hometown newspaper called "Houston through and through."

Longtime NFL video staffer Rob Brakel has passed away, remembered as ‘passionate,’ ‘generous’

Brakel came out in 2014 and worked with two NFL teams and the League. ‘He had a big heart,’ says everyone.

Billie Jean King, Sue Bird, Megan Rapinoe and more pay tribute to Congressman John Lewis

As the nation mourns a civil rights icon, so do some of our country’s out LGBT sports icons and other prominent figures.

Remembering Al Kaline’s legacy of endless kindness

The Detroit Tigers legend was a first-ballot Hall of Famer on the field. But his lasting legacy was bringing humanity to the game.

Remembering Bud Budlong, chronicler of the San Francisco FrontRunners and the Gay Liberation movement

Bud Budlong died last week. His work and his words kept the history of the FrontRunners from being forgotten. He was 82.