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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 been quite a week for Manny Pacquiao. The boxer started it off by saying gay people are worse than animals because they have sex with people of the same gender. Then when Nike dropped its endorsement deal with him, he posted a... more

Our guest is Luke McAvoy, a defensive lineman for the University of Minnesota from 2011-14. He wrestled with a secret for years -- he was gay. McAvoy hid it fearing rejection but when he summoned the courage to come out, he was met... more

Why was it so cool that NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall had his fingernails painted by Stephen Colbert? Football players aren't supposed to do things like this. Yet more and more we see barriers breaking down in big-time football,... more

Longtime Los Angeles Kings fans Brad Parr and Andy Evans got their moment on the team's kiss cam and it meant a lot to them. "I wanted to let you know the L.A. Kings were awesome and put my boyfriend Andy and me on kiss cam -- to loud... more

When New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was taunted on the field several weeks ago with gay slurs, it left many wondering about the root of homophobia in the NFL and why Beckham retaliated with dangerous, potentially... more

Odell Beckham of the New York Giants was suspended a game after repeated altercations with members of the Carolina Panthers. After, reports said that Beckham was subjected to gay slurs before the game and ex-players said the... more

Three men in sports chose to come out publicly this week: NBA referee Bill Kennedy, Dodgers executive Erik Braverman and Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller. Each of them has a different story, but they all have one thing in... more

Phil Claudy had lost all hope of accepting his sexuality. But running saved his life and now he wants to help other LGBT people struggling with depression. The Dartmouth athlete battled severe depression, which parlayzed him to the point of... more

Andrea Barone is working toward his dream of being an NHL ref. But he first had to find peace with himself. "I don't want anyone to feel as alone and depressed as I did," he writes in a first-person account for Outsports. Barone, 26, is the... more

Major League Baseball is recruiting LGBT people for team front offices, and they want you. Billy Bean and MLB exec Wendy Lewis have not been quiet about their efforts to ensure opportunities for out LGBT people to find careers in baseball as... more

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