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!
During US Open, the openly lesbian former tennis player Martina Navratilova proposed her partner!
Saturday was the launch of the Gay Games in Cleveland and President Barack Obama participated in the kick-off of these games with a video message during the opening ceremony.
The American series "Nine For IX", which promotes gender equality in sports, became interested in the openly lesbian basketball player Brittney Griner.
The professional hockey team of Kiruna IF, the same name as the city in Sweden where this team is, decided to become the first LGBT certified sport team and will proudly wear on the ice the colors of the LGBTQ community with their rainbow jerseys.
Canadian Olympian Charline Labonte, who won a gold medal during the Olympic Games in Sochi, announced she is a lesbian.
June is the Pride month and to celebrate that, YouTube and Google joined and launched the #ProudToPlay campaign centered on the sport.
Ladies are you ready to accept challenges, to participate in wheelbarrow races, tug of war and oil wrestling and to perhaps win the “Lesbian All-Stars” title?
In an interview, the lesbian soccer player Abby Wambach talked about her career, her future and in particular the world cup and the Olympic Games of 2016. She also spoke about her recent wedding and her public coming out.
Another summary will be also published for Asia, Africa and Oceania as well as for Europe on tomorrow.
Let's begin this summary with the great news from Michigan where, after several months of waiting, a federal judge repeal the marriage equality ban!