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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
The Vancouver Canucks recently invited 16-year-old transgender goalie Cory Oskam to skate on the ice with his personal hero and Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider.
Manti Te'o is a Hawaiian-born Mormon Eagle Scout who plays football for Notre Dame. Here's where someone who identifies with any of those communities can find support for LGBT inclusion and equality.
This post is not about whether he should have said that, nor about whether that's even the actual truth. Rather, it's about reassuring his young fans that, if it was true, and if that had been his answer, he would have found love and support in each and every one of the communities with which he identifies.
NBA star Kenneth Faried has joined One Colorado to speak out in support of civil unions legislation for same-sex couples in the state.
University of Virginia student and ally Andrew Wells publishes an article in the student newspaper condemning the decades old practice of inserting anti-gay sentiment during athletic events.
Out lesbian and U.S. Olympic women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe has teamed up with GLSEN to speak out against anti-LGBT language in sports.
The 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards nominees include a variety of trans-inclusive stories in several categories.
Liz Carmouche is about to make sports history for two reasons. The mixed martial arts (MMA) star is about to become one of the first two women ever to participate in an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fight. She's also about to become one of the highest profile openly gay athletes in the world.