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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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It's the height of football season and there have been several LGBT issues in the sport at all levels: --Openly gay college football player Mason Darrow celebrated an Ivy League title and the bonds he has forged. "My teammates were... more

For Trans Week we wanted to address the state of access to sports for transgender athletes, and we figured there was no better place to go than Chris Mosier. Mosier has participated in a United States national championship and a... more

The acceleration of the LGBT sports movement mirrors the Obama presidency. In the last eight years, more athletes, coaches, administrators, executives and media members have come out than the rest of history combined. Having an... more

With all the stories Outsports runs about LGBT youth, it's gotten co-founders Jim Buzinski and Cyd Zeigler thinking about their own experiences growing up gay. We rarely talk about our experiences as gay youth and gay athletes, so... more

With the Chicago Cubs in the World Series for the first time since 1945, it's a good time to take a look at a franchise that has been very LGBT-supportive. The Cubs have the longest streak of gay days in the Major Leagues.... more

When Presidential candidate Donald Trump tried to dismiss his vulgar comments about women as "locker room talk," it ignited a conversation about what exactly conversation in sports locker rooms are all about. Some athletes painted a... more

We examine the state of gay people in sports as National Coming Out Day was held this week. Does the absence of out pro male athletes matter. How important is coming out for LGBT people in sports or is just being yourself enough.... more

Professional bowl Anthony Pepe, who is openly gay and came out publicly in 2015, said in a Facebook post that he feels lucky to be gay. "When it's all said and done, it wasn't a choice," Pepe said, "I just got damn lucky." We talk about... more

When the NCAA announced earlier this week that it is pulling a number of championship-level events out of the state of North Carolina, people cheered. The NCAA was, according to the headlines, helping to lead the way against... more

The first white athlete to join Colin Kaepernick in his protest of the National Anthem was gay. Megan Rapinoe said her stance in support of Kaepernick was influenced by her being gay and feeling she never had the same rights as other... more

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