"BYU’s policies are far more sinister and discriminatory than North Carolina’s HB2 law."
This article by Cyd Zeigler originally appeared on Outsports. The publicly out gay, lesbian and bisexual Olympic athletes
Conner Curnick opens up.
"The athletic community is ready for a cultural shift as many of us know or love someone who identifies as LGBT."
As the Courage Game grows and expands to other sports we will see more athletes come out and change culture in their communities
I often see college coaches speaking out about the NCAA for ridiculous rules and schools who allow students to storm the court. Why not do the same for LGBT folks that live in your community?
You can tell a lot about a team by how hard they work on on the field and how well they treat their fans. The Carolina Panthers are winning in both categories.
The Foundation will serve LGBT athletes, coaches and others in sports through a network of funding focused on helping and encouraging LGBT people in sports to be their true selves. I am honored to serve on the board of directors and chair of the advisory committee.
There was a rumor going around a Southern Professional Hockey League locker room at the end of last season: one of the refs
It's no secret that LGBTQ people don't like sports. And -- on the rare occasions when LGBTQ people are viewing -- they're merely watching to check out all the sweaty bodies. Makes perfect sense -- if you're into stereotypes. If you're not, well, it's crap.