jason collins comes out
While there was talk of an NFL player revealing that he is gay in the wake of Collins's announcement, no such move has been
"This is an opportunity for us as an organization. We respect his courage, we respect his choices," Red Sox manager John
When Jason Collins decided to reveal the life he'd kept secret for so long, Harris, Dean, James Baldwin before them, and many other literary figures had already been on set, prepping the scene, readying our minds for what's to come.
Coming out isn't just healthy, necessary and liberating for gay people; everyone else benefits as well. Lies are destructive, not only to the person telling them but to everyone else who becomes collateral damage.
A few hip-hop artists have been very vocal about supporting the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community as
“When back-to-back calls from Oprah Winfrey and President Obama come in, that was the moment where you go, ‘What is going
Although the organization comes out of Chicago, it's going to be national. Executive Director and Board Chairman Bill Gubrud
Your team has ignored and trampled "standards" for years. It was only after discovering that our team wanted to play on your turf that you suddenly started claiming that somehow, because of our anatomy, the game could no longer be called "basketball."
Esera Tuaolo, a former NFL football player and author of 'Alone In The Trenches: My Life As A Gay Man In The NFL," shares his reaction to Jason Collins' coming out.
The Collins brothers won state basketball championships playing together at Harvard-Westlake High School in Southern California
"The person who helped me the most, it wasn't a push, he enabled me to tell my story in my own terms, in my own way, and
Howard Kurtz Indignantly Accuses Jason Collins Of Not Disclosing Thing He Actually Totally Disclosed [UPDATED]
It must be humiliating for the Daily Beast to realize it's getting Howard Kurtz's b-material. huffingtonpost.com/2013/05
Claiming that Westboro members have "picketed [the NBA's] basketball games for years," a news release indicates that both
"Statistically speaking, one probably is [gay]," Bass noted. "The market is 100 percent young women and they fantasize about
Wisconsin Church Allegedly Cancels Appearance by LeRoy Butler, Former NFL Player, After His Tweet of Support for Jason Collins
Former Green Bay Packers safety LeRoy Butler was scheduled to speak at the church, but when they found out that he had tweeted, "Congrats to Jason Collins," they cancelled his appearance. Butler took to Twitter to tell the story.
The 42-year-old said professional athletes coming out about their sexuality will not be a big deal "when enough people with