Between awesome performances, a new medal, a gay kiss and LGBT flags on TV, things went well for our Team Rainbow at the Winter Olympics.
LGBT athletes already stand out with four medals at the Winter Olympics! Our Team Rainbow won two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze medal after only a few days of competition.
This year, a record number of LGBT athletes will compete at the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea.
Venice Pride announced today that it has launched “Gay Gridiron,” a new series of football watch parties for the 2017–18 and 2018–19 seasons designed to rally LGBTQ football fans.
There have been no less than three coming out in tennis in recent weeks. These are new LGBT athletes to follow.
While Australians are called to vote voluntarily for or against the equal marriage, the Australian national rugby union team has endorsed 'Yes' for marriage equality vote.
In an interview with ESPN, basketball star Sue Bird, who plays with the Seattle Storm for fifteen seasons, comes out as a lesbian and opens up about her relationship with soccer player Megan Rapinoe.
The "Identity" series introduces five trans athletes and tackles the quest for their true identity through sport.
A new study reveals that gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens are less likely to play sports, not out of lack of desire but for fear that their coach or teammates will not understand them, and also for lack of role models.
Following the approval of anti-LGBTQ laws in North Carolina, the best known being HB2, that prevents trans people access to public toilets, the NBA withdrew the organization of the All-Star Game 2017 in Charlotte and we just heard the NCAA has canceled 7 sporting events scheduled to take place in North Carolina.