The first editions of the series featured conversations with Caitlyn Jenner and sports governance analyst Dr. Roger Pielke Jr.
This racing partnership between the gay racer and LGBTQ advocacy group designed to make a statement.
The Athletic’s Adam Crafton says covering the World Cup in Qatar was jarring in many ways.
At Sports Illustrated, Julie Kliegman’s coverage goes far beyond the X’s and O’s.
Krieger and Harris talk with Outsports about endorsement deals, raising a family and their journey to coming out.
The trans MMA fighter eyes her next fight as she tells the story of her debut.
Dr Phil talks about trans inclusion in women’s sports on his episode this Friday.
Sheri Johnson’s Strong Voices Television has a home for everyone under the rainbow.
John Edward Heath has overcome the suicides of his best friend and partner, as well as an amputation.
Smith leads the charge to keep trans youth playing. He competes for the leading team in UK wheelchair rugby.
In her new book and film, Scurry opens up about the struggles that nearly ended her life.
Ruggiero traded in the hockey rink for the board room and is finding the same success.
Kristie Mewis talks about the importance of Title IX, being out and falling in love.
Team Trans Hockey member and senior editor talks about hockey’s place in her journey on the Trans Sporter Room.
Frostad is breaking his 30-year silence, coming out publicly and talking about the abuse he endured.
Sonya Deville’s mission to provide authentic LGBTQ representation to WWE fans continues in Dallas at WrestleMania.
Nicole Heavirland has received love and support since coming out. She is already inspiring others in her sport.
Lewis Gibson and ice dancing partner Lilah Fear will represent Team Great Britain at the Beijing Olympics.
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.