You know what sport doesn’t get nearly enough recognition as a gay sport? CURLING.
Lesbian, bi, and queer Olympic athletes and their galentines, long live the queer cafe, Pakistan passes new trans protections, black LGBT athletes paving the way, lots and lots of gay love that’s definitely not a lie, and a little Adam Rippon sparkle just because.
Alaina and Mey are covering the 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony LIVE! It’s gonna be darker, gayer, and different! Join in!!
Here are five out lesbian and bisexual women athletes from all over the globe to cheer for in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The sexist coverage in Rio joins a rich tradition that dates back over 100 years.
“Remember when you started crying when that girl won air rifle? We didn’t even watch air rifle.”
We’ve come far. But there’s a long way to the promised land, and if we’ve learned anything in Rio it’s that the literal century-old fight for women’s full inclusion in a historic event isn’t over yet.
Amazing women taking the Olympics by storm, a kiss-in because who doesn’t love a good kiss-in y’know, pride pride pride, the slow death of anti-gay laws, and more!
As of Friday, the list stood at 257 Olympians, 11 Paralympians, and 10 Olympic alternate/reserve athletes, with additions already rolling in as more athletes come out.
Stadium manager Marjorie Enya proposed to her girlfriend, Brazilian rugby sevens player Isadora Cerullo, calling her the “love of her life.”
Midfielder turned defender Kelley O’Hara tells a cautionary tale about a traumatic experience she and her teammates had when they traveled to Brazil with the U-17 National Team.
Barack Obama is more feminist than ever and wrote a thing about it, the Devil is down to be compared to Hillary Clinton, Queensland wants gay people to have happy families, Iowa State wants you to pee wherever works best, Lea T made history at the Rio Olympics, also QUEER SOCK HOP ALERT.
Not bad for a fictional gaynation that only had seven athletes.
Danielle Warby chats with Belle Brockhoff about coming out on national television, being a gay athlete at the Sochi Olympics, and her crush on Mila Kunis.
What’s a sans-TV-queer to do? All of these things.
This is where your witty observations and Olympics related jokes should live.
Today we pause, momentarily, for a half-step sideways into the intersection of two other awesome international spectacles intermittently fraught with weird political controversy: science and the gayest Olympic sport since the IOC dropped wrestling.
t.A.t.U. news! You have no idea how happy I am right now.
There are only seven, and all of them are women. Let’s meet Team Gay!