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.’
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.
‘Proud To Play’ shares the stories of LGBTQ athletes and coaches building inclusion.
During her senior year at UMass Amherst, lacrosse star Sarah Crowley came out, and five teammates followed suit.
McDermott-Mostowy competed for Team USA at the World Championships. He’s found acceptance in speed skating.
John Olbrys is now living openly as an officer in the Coast Guard, continuing to row and now finding love.
Jon Holmes has been publishing stories of LGBTQ people in British sports for several years.
Chance Wheeler says he’s gained self-confidence and purpose since opening his OnlyFans page.
Dale Scott didn’t plan on his coming up affecting so many lives for the better. But doing so as an active umpire made him a national story and earned him numerous fans.
Titleless for the first time in nearly four years after his 798-day Action Wrestling title reign ended on Feb. 12, AC Mack is ready for what is next.
Collegiate wrestler Mack Beggs tag teams with a Kansas healthcare provider to build national networks of advocacy and resistance.
The WNBA player reflects on coming out to their parents and identifying as gender non-conforming in a new podcast interview.
Jordan Miller was one of the first people who rallied to try and free Britney Spears from her conservatorship.
Matt Rittenhouse had negative coming-out experiences, before finding acceptance in his sport.
When Tuaolo came out in 2002, he didn’t believe the NFL was ready for an openly gay player. But his thinking has changed.
Luke Strong came out to coaches and teammates as a teen. He still has Olympic aspirations as an out athlete.
Mark Tewksbury is an Olympic champion and has been a champion for human rights since he came out in 1998.
The WNBA champion says recognizing her identities as a bisexual and biracial woman brought her world together.