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.
At the ESPY Awards ceremony, the openly lesbian soccer player Abby Wambach got back on what made her most proud: women's equality in sport.
In France, from January 29 to February 1, professional soccer players of League 1 and League 2 will wear rainbow shoelaces during games and workouts to show their support to diversity and to fight against discrimination in sport.
While the Women's World Cup is currently taking place in Canada, the player of the team of Switzerland Ramona Bachmann, has for the first time talked about her girlfriend Camille who accompanied her to Canada.
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On the occasion of the new year, the German swimmer Theresa Michalak (on the right) introduced her girlfriend thus making her public coming out.
Rose Cossar, a gymnast who represented Canada at the last Summer Olympics in 2012, has talked about her coming out and the years she has hidden her true nature for fear of not being able to practice her sport.
One would have thought that this was it, that the International Olympic Committee finally moved to fight against discrimination sudden by LGBT people. But no!