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Outsports is the world's leading LGBT sports publication, talking about gay athletes, homophobia and anything else that comes across our sports desk.

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Many people, teams and leagues across the sports world have reacted to the murder of 49 people who were killed in Orlando for being in a gay bar. From tweets by Seahawks punter Jon Runyon and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal... more

June is Pride Month, when LGBT equality is celebrated in cities around the world and out people in all walks of life share their joy in being their authentic selves. This is true in sports, where great strides have been made in the last... more

When the San Diego Padres mishandled the National Anthem of the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus last Saturday night, the team sparked a backlash from the LGBT community targeting them and Major League Baseball. Cries of... more

I have mixed feelings," Chris Mosier, a transgender athlete said after clinching a spot on the U.S. National Team in the duathlon. "It feels great to have made the US National Team while in North Carolina - I earned a spot to represent Team... more

The homophobic and anti-gay tweets of a couple prominent professional athletes surfaced this week. The catch? The tweets were from several years ago. So when Eagles draftee Wendell Smallwood had to face sudden questions about tweets... more

Former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling reposted a nasty meme against transgender people in reaction to the new anti-LGBT law in North Carolina. ESPN fired him two days later. Schilling was unapologetic. Meanwhile, Andrew Shaw... more

While North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory thought a toothless executive order would "fix" the controversy around North Carolina's anti-LGBT law HB2, all it did was infuriate LGBT people and their supporters. Now the calls on the NBA and... more

When North Carolina passed a bill that denied LGBT people protections, it caused a dilemma for the NBA -- should the league move the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte? Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors was wishy-washy on the... more

When the Governor of North Carolina signed HB2 last week, he not only legalized discrimination against LGBT in the state, but he prevented any city or county from protecting LGBT people locallly. This was in response to efforts in the city of... more

"As a 29-year-old gay man, I spent the better part of two decades agonizing over that question [Do you like men?] and finally, when I was 20, came to accept that the answer was 'Yes.' It took another two years before I could tell my family,... more

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