The Women’s Soccer World Cup is coming to an end and that leaves only one question to be answered. Will Pia Sundhage play the air guitar on the sideline again? On second thought it’s probably who’s gonna win?
New study confirms that exercise lowers stress levels and makes you happier. Those of us who have witnessed that effect first-hand share our exercise routines and subsequent emotions. What do you do?
Recap of how the United States, Japan, Sweden and France moved on in the 2011 Women’s Soccer World Cup. Also includes Brandi Chastain’s shirtless picture because it is always relevant.
Haircuts from the Soccer World Cup. They just wanna be themselves, and they want you to know, they are their hair. This is a gallery.
2011 Soccer World Cup Preview. Featuring queer ladies that know how to deal with grass stains.
Wimbledon 2011 Preview. It’s the one with the grass and, this year, no Serena Williams.
LBT Latinas have (surprise!) unique sexual health needs and Latinas are being targeted by anti-choice groups — how do we meet these needs and how do we keep the discussion inclusive?
David Tyree is in a new NOM video, discussing same-sex marriage leading to anarchy. Meanwhile, the NY marriage bill has passed the assembly and is still waiting for a Senate vote.
In 2001 San Francisco became the first city to offer gender reassignment benefits to its employees. Now, here comes Portland.
Less about “girls can longboard too!” and more about, “we’re awesome, watch us go down this mountain really fast.”
The “To Treat Me, You Have to Know Who I Am” program will teach healthcare professionals how to deal with LGBTQ patients. How does your doctor do?
Rachel Robinson has a workout video!
“Maybe there’s a kid out there who doesn’t think he’s OK, and he can look at me and say, ‘OK, he played college basketball. He went overseas. He has a music career and now he’s living his life…”
“Anyone who’s not ready for this needs to catch up. He’s doing anyone who’s not ready for this a favor.”
Even you can appreciate the recent changes the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association made to its gender policy. It’s more inclusive now – which means more girls going round / round / round!
“”I have deep political and personal reservations with being a part of any sort of benefit to a country that actively engages in human rights violations, specifically those in violation of women.”
“where downward dog is a man’s best friend.”
That’s only ok when Janis says it.
“It’s supremely bloody homophobic, extremely discriminatory and potentially dangerous for thousands of patients in need of transfusions. The inequality has just got worse, not better.”
Talk of feminism, women’s sports, the excitement of the game, the repetitive nature of play-offs and getting to first base.