The Connecticut Sun teammates and fiancées are headed to the WNBA Playoffs on the top-seeded team.
Among the 25 players the WNBA identified as the league’s greatest of all time, eight identify as LGBTQ.
Outsports’ roundup of LGBTQ sports news.
As an out athlete almost the entire time, Seimone Augustus inspired many with her accomplishments.
Coming off WNBA, FIBA EuroLeague and Russian Women’s Premier League championships, Breanna Stewart proposed to girlfriend and opponent Marta Xargay.
Every day in February, Outsports marked Black History Month by highlighting the contributions of Black, out LGBTQ sports athletes.
The WNBA player reflects on coming out to their parents and identifying as gender non-conforming in a new podcast interview.
Natasha Cloud and Anya Packer say there’s widespread support throughout their leagues.
The WNBA champion says recognizing her identities as a bisexual and biracial woman brought her world together.
Powers will chair the esports behemoth’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force.
The LGBTQ triple jumper set a world record and is the first Venezuelan to be named World Athletics Female Athlete of the Year. Sue Bird and Nyla Rose are our other honorees.
The Clarendons announced the birth of their child on Christmas Day.
When the boy’s mom tweeted none of their family members reached out, Clarendon offered her support.
On Instagram, New York Liberty guard Layshia Clarendon wrote that a friend helped them see that ‘You can be trans and non binary, genderqueer and so much more.’
SI selecting Breanna Stewart as the face of the WNBA’s activism in 2020 is not a good look.
Sportswriters unhappy with the choice not to name a Black WNBA player are speaking out. Sports Illustrated’s top editor explains to Outsports why he stands by the selection of Breanna Stewart.
If this can happen, maybe the rest of 2020 won’t suck so bad afterall. Still... there are questions about their timing.
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Players across the league, not just on the team she partly owns, have sent a clear message to Kelly Loeffler: Get out.
The Connecticut Sun head coach is back in the playoffs, and attempting to lead his team through the most challenging season in memory, all while trying to maintain sanity.
Vandersloot recorded 18 assists Monday in the Sky’s victory over the Fever, with Quigley hitting the deciding three-pointer.
After the Mystics participated in Wednesday’s WNBA wildcat strike for racial justice, Cloud applauded their activism on social media.
How Megan Rapinoe, and other LGBT sports stars, helped set stage for current moment in athlete activism
Rapinoe and players on the Minnesota Lynx weren’t championed by their leagues when they took social stands four years ago.