2014 has witnessed some of the biggest advances in LGBT inclusion in sports. Athletes have been coming out in high school, college, and professional sports around the world.
For being a bright sign of LGBT visibility in Sochi, transgender Italian parliament member Vladimir Luxuria earns GLAAD's Gold Medal.
As we prepare for the closing Ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, it is crucial to continue the momentum towards LGBT equality around the globe.
Anya and Nata are a Russian couple. They are involved in many projects together, but their most important project is partner dancing, with a specialty in “West Coast Swing.”
Meet Aleksandr and Ivan, who are featured in the book Gay Propaganda.
For focusing media attention on the violence and intimidation faced by LGBT Russians, ABC World News Tonight earns the GLAAD Gold Medal for LGBT inclusive coverage of the Olympics.
The following excerpt from the book Gay Propaganda tells the story of Olga and Maria, a couple who met at a psychology seminar.
Anastasia Smirnova, the coordinator for a host of LGBT advocacy organizations in Russia, and one of the four activists arrested in Russia, has posted a statement on her Facebook page.
Netherlands speed skater Ireen Wüst, who is open about her bisexuality, won first place Sunday in the 3,000-meter competition in Sochi.