Kanyon, one of the first out gay wrestlers, is the subject of the latest episode of Vice’s ‘Dark Side of the Ring,’ but the absence of LGBTQ voices in telling his story is unacceptable.
The New South Pro Wrestling regular came out as bisexual in devilish fashion.
Pro wrestler Jake Atlas, prominent figure in LGBTQ wrestling movement, steps away from the ring indefinitely
Citing mental health struggles, Jake Atlas is stepping away from pro wrestling for the forseeable future, leaving a legacy of LGBTQ representation in his wake.
Jetta’s Pro Wrestling EVE title win and Charlie Morgan’s surprise return from retirement highlighted Friday’s Wrestle Queendom 4.
Jamie Senegal will become the first out trans woman to ever to wrestle for the NWA at Saturday’s all-women’s pay-per-view, NWA EmPowerrr.
During an appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani Monday, Overeem described pro wrestling as ‘gay.’
Billy Dixon’s ‘Pose’ meets pro wrestling event was a communal experience defined by a joy of self-expression seldom seen in pro wrestling.
Through his work with Paradigm Pro Wrestling and creating No Hook, J-Rose uses his voice and mind to help build up his peers.
Contreras, a former pro wrestler himself, won Impact Wrestling’s #ImpactSuperFan contest earlier this month.
Flowers are on order for trans pro wrestling trailblazer Mariah Moreno at Paris is Bumping: Solid Gold ‘21.
Oakland’s favorite pro wrestling experience will hold its first event since March 2020 on Friday, Aug. 6.
16 pro wrestlers came out and publicly joined the LGBTQ family in the first few days of Pride month.
McMurphy is trading in rainbow optics for the ‘cartoon logic’ of his fellow Goons at Camp Leapfrog’s Pride show, Killianvision.
Commentators Paul Atlas and Jim LaMotta will not participate in future Ryse Wrestling events after continually misgendering Stephanie "Commander" Sterling on-air Saturday.
Da Shade won the Princex of Pride title after a one-day tournament at Sunday’s Full Queer event.
Out first-time promoter and CFU founder Mayydayy created CFU because no one was making the kind of pro wrestling they wanted to see.
Out pro wrestler Dark Sheik’s Fearless event marks a return and evolution in the name of empowerment
Dark Sheik is ready to unleash her close-knit community of Fearless pro wrestling ‘superheroes’ to celebrate Pride.
Ohio Wrestling Alliance, Paradigm Pro Wrestling, Unsanctioned Pro, Black Wrestlers Matter 2 and Black Girl Magik properly reflect the vibrance Black LGBTQ voices bring.
Out pro wrestler and Full Queer producer "Marcomania" Marco Rodriguez wants to highlight growing LGBTQ wrestlers while sparking conversations about LGBTQ history.
The film documents the rise of out British pro wrestler Cassius to claim Riptide Wrestling’s Pride of Brighton championship.
Kayla Miracle has dreamed of representing Team USA an Olympian since she was 4. She’ll fulfill that dream in Tokyo.
Orlando-based No Peace Underground will host Parrow and EFFY’s LGBTQ no-ring deathmatch event on June 11.
IWTV’s ‘The Life of Edith Surreal’ gives wrestling fans an inside look at trans pro wrestler Edith Surreal and her transition.
Andrews rose to prominence in recent years in Paradigm Pro Wrestling and Unsanctioned Pro as one half of The Awesome Odyssey.
‘The Notorious Angel’ Amber Jo became the first out trans woman to wrestle for top British wrestling promotion Revolution Pro in her debut match.
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.’
Sandy Parker and Susan Green laid a foundation for today’s lesbian pro wrestlers to demand more authenticity and visibility.
From pansexual Pride to championship victories to displays of defiant spirits, all involved in MV Young’s Polyam Cult Party 3 came up out the water anew.
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.
‘If I have the ability to make these really big events that feel really big… we can get all these performers to have huge growth.’