Brigham, who recently retired from full-time journalism after 46 years, is one of the LGBTQ sports community’s biggest champions.
The bold Olympic silver medalist talks about her X on the podium, her died hair and her struggles with mental health.
Mercedes Martinez will challenge Impact Knockouts champion Mickie James at Saturday’s Turning Point event
Andrew Blaser races in skeleton for Team USA, painted fingernails, snakeskin uniform and all.
Jai Vidal brings his authentic self, Louis Vuitton gear and Power Bottom Bomb included, to Impact Wrestling debut Thursday night.
Among other moments, Dover talks about other riders betting on him being gay, and coming out at the Olympics.
Jenna Burkert resisted coming out for fear of being a stereotype. Now she is an inspiration competing for the USA.
Martin Stark has gone from ICU beds to the squared circle. Now, he’s starting the World Gay Boxing Championships.
Spencer is passionate about working with great athletes. He also wants to empower the entire LGBTQ community.
Manta is out in figure skating and sharing her stories and insights in her new book.
CBC’s Devin Heroux says he can’t compare the experience to anything he’s ever done.
John Dickinson-Lilley talks about how he cringes when Paralympic athletes in particular are pointed to as ‘inspirations.’
Amazin LeThi has hope that hosting so many events in Asia in a short period of time helps people in those countries and beyond.
Aoife Cooke competed for Arkansas Tech. Now she will rep Ireland as an out athlete at the Olympics.
Jordan Windle is straight but has a gay dad. Now with Greg Louganis’ help, he’s competing in the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
These 2 Olympic softball players are engaged to marry. They will play against each other in Tokyo, July 23
Anissa Urtez and Amanda Chidester are in love, at the top of their games, and they both want an Olympic gold medal.
When Emma Twigg married, she became present with the importance of returning to the Olympics as an out athlete.
Kayla Miracle has dreamed of representing Team USA an Olympian since she was 4. She’ll fulfill that dream in Tokyo.
When Adan Carano found himself stranded in a Mexican resort town, he picked up his surfboard and hoop.
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.
At least nine trans athletes are hoping to earn a spot in Tokyo as the first-ever group of out trans Olympians and Paralympians.
After not feeling ‘queer enough’ kept him closeted, pro wrestler Logan Black found camaraderie in coming out
Out pro wrestler Logan Black found the response to his coming out ‘overwhelming in the best way.’
In a 2020 interview with the Outsports podcast The Trans Sporter Room, Jenner said ‘Every trans person should have an opportunity to compete.’
At Sports Illustrated, Julie Kliegman’s coverage goes far beyond the X’s and O’s.
The author of the iconic book on trans life, "Whipping Girl," beams up to The Trans Sporter Room podcast to discuss writing and the reality of being trans in 2021 America.
Canadian/Greek pro wrestler Leo London’s time in The Gentlemen’s Club stable helped him see the importance of actual LGBTQ people portraying LGBTQ characters in wrestling.
Jallen Messersmith was once told to remove the Pride flag from his dorm room. Now, he waves it all summer long on Fire Island.
Sheena Lawrick was out at Nebraska and Team Canada. Now she’s married and raising a family, skipping Olympics No. 3.
Nick Vallejo finds inner-peace in the ocean and confidence in front of the camera.
Justin Gibson (a.k.a. ‘Jangles ScienceLad’) has a master’s degree in biomechanics, experience as a trainer and the gift of gab. This week, he helped Outsports dispel the myths about trans athletes.