Brittney Griner

Sports can and should be a safe environment that encourages camaraderie.
The WNBA needs more women to watch in order to stay viable. It's no secret that NBA has been carrying the league since its inception. The following truth is hard to swallow, but it's the truth nonetheless -- the WNBA would be defunct right now if it weren't for the NBA.
"It is never OK for an argument to turn physical," Griner said in a statement released through her attorney to USA Today
"People called me a dude and said there was no way I could be a woman," she once wrote in The New York Times. "Some even
Griner and Johnson's "Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta" episode will air on Friday, January 30th at 10pm ET on TLC. The wedding
Marc Lamont Hill, a 2014 honoree, told HuffPost how he felt to have made the cut. This year’s honorees will be celebrated
Want to see more from Griner? Head here to learn about a short film that document's the athlete's experiences during her
One of our most beloved lesbian athletes is the subject of a new short film that documents her journey to China to play basketball
When a young person can go to school confident and proud of who they are, without the stigma they may face from their peers or from within their own ideals of who they should be, then we can say, 'this is the year it all ends.'