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The National Basketball Association on Tuesday announced it has fined New York Knicks star Amar'e Stoudemire $50,000 for directing a gay slur at a fan via Twitter this weekend. GLAAD, along with our partners from Athlete Ally, will meet with executives at the NBA and WNBA in the near future to discuss the possibility of providing Ally Training to all players in both leagues.
Following this weekend's historic LGBT Sports Summit at Nike Headquarters in Oregon, GLAAD is proud to announce that we are teaming up Athlete Ally and its founder Hudson Taylor to offer LGBT Ally trainings to all 141 major league sports teams.
In a first-of-its-kind assessment of collegiate athletic programs, Campus Pride’s ‘Out to Play List’ names the nation’s 10 most inclusive colleges and universities.
Today Major League Soccer suspended Houston Dynamo midfielder Colin Clark for three games and fined him an undisclosed amount for shouting an anti-gay slur at a ball boy during Friday night's game against the Seattle Sounders.
Over the weekend, the You Can Play project launched a truly inspiring campaign for LGBT inclusion in the world of sports.
Earlier this week, OutSports.com shared the story of Jeremy, a 17-year-old high school student who is gay, an athlete, and living in a small rural town in the United States.
WWE stars speak out against anti-LGBT bullying in new PSA debuting tonight on USA (9pm / 8C)
The NBA's new collective bargaining agreement includes language protecting players from discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Canada’s largest LGBT organization, Egale, today joined GLAAD in calling on the National Hockey League (NHL) to take responsibility for the anti-gay actions of Philadelphia Flyers player Wayne Simmonds.
The National Football League has added anti-discrimination language aimed at protecting employees based on sexual orientation to its player contracts.