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Stories that show how athletes, teams, leagues, and journalists who cover the world of sports are dealing with LGBT-related issues
Publicist Stephen Lucin writes how LGBT news headlines have shifted from hurtful slurs to puns that are actually pretty funny.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada (The Center) are partnering together to launch the "Protect Yourself at All Times" campaign in response to the high rates of HIV-infection among those under 30.
In October of 2005 GLSEN held it's first Ally Week to celebrate Allies committed to ensuring safe and effective schools for all and to encourage students to take action. Eight years later, Ally Week continues to gain the support of both LGBT and straight student allies.
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The Phoenix Coyotes and the You Can Play project posted a video to their official Instagram for Spirit Day, October 17.
Florida Panthers incorporate "You Can Play" project at LGBT hockey night
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