The undisputed WNBA MVP returned to the floor this year, and enjoyed the best season of her illustrious career.
The Minnesota Lynx head coach has been on Team USA’s staff since 2014.
Among the 25 players the WNBA identified as the league’s greatest of all time, nine identify as LGBTQ.
Despite acceptance Candace Parker is coming out just now, helping understand why some athletes stay in the closet
Parker is revealing her two-year marriage to her wife. She’s seen widespread WNBA acceptance for years.
Parker announced that she and her wife are expecting their first child together.
The Chicago Sky overcame the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday afternoon to win its first championship title in the team’s history.
She was named the WNBA’s "GOAT" and saw her new daughter come into the world, but the Sky rained on the Mercury in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals.
The out legends are two of the greatest and most consequential players in WNBA history.
The road to a WNBA championship is paved in rainbow.
Half of the top-seed Connecticut Sun roster is out LGBTQ athletes, and they have an out coach.
The Connecticut Sun teammates and fiancées are headed to the WNBA Playoffs on the top-seeded team.
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.’