2018 Winter Olympics

The freestyle skier and his actor beau shared a famous kiss at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The Olympian will undoubtedly keep busy with media appearances and LGBTQ advocacy work.
The Olympic gold medalist skier and his wife, a pro beach volleyball player, lost their daughter Emeline in a pool accident in June.
The bronze-winning skater told a radio host his haters "don't matter."
The Olympic bronze medalist said if he was invited to the White House, he wouldn't go.
"I’ve kind of discovered what I perceive as masculine and what I perceive as feminine," he said.
"Growing up as an Asian-American, there aren’t a lot of people that I was able to look up to," Alex Shibutani says.
The Team USA Winter Olympics star isn't looking for the judges' approval.
John Moody wrote that the 2018 Winter Olympics should be called "darker, gayer, different."
The Olympian also revealed his new celeb crush, and it's not who you think it is.
"I'm confident enough to brush it off but a younger me would have had a harder time."
“It was allowing people to spew hate at each other which broke my heart," said bobsledder Lauren Gibbs.
You didn't need to watch for two weeks. You just needed Amber Ruffin.
Adam Rippon along with Gus Kenworthy got the lion’s share of media coverage of LGBTQ Olympians.
After 19 days of competition between 92 nations in 102 events, the PyeongChang Winter Olympics are over. Here’s how the games were celebrated at the closing ceremony.