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!
“There are some real problems facing Sochi with regard to buildings actually having floors.”
Brittney Griner could receive the honor of her lifetime, a rainbow army is going to Russia, and Virginia Woolf got born a long long time ago.
The more we talk about things, the better they get. 2013 was proof.
Brush up on this year’s biggest news so you can impress that cute girl at your New Year’s Eve party.
Billie Jean King and Caitlin Cahow, two openly gay athletes, are representing the “diversity” of America.
Inside: more event invites than you can handle, a lot of worthy causes, a historical case of The Unicorn, and the delicious taste of Republicanism slowly, slowly dying.
Russia just passed draconian anti-gay legislation. They’re also about to host the biggest international event in history. We look at the history of international responses to controversial Olympic hosts and ask — what now?
With the gay propaganda law set to pass, it doesn’t look like Russia’s going to be very inviting for queers going to the Olympic Games.
The lesbian USWNT player opens up about the Olympics, the future of women’s soccer, her bff Megan Rapinoe and coming out at Applebee’s.
Drunk Olympic Musings.
The closing ceremony for the 2012 Olympics happened last night, and all I really really want is to talk about the Spice Girls.
The USWNT win gold. So do some other people. This might be your last chance to spew Olympics feelings for a while so get it all out.
Best thing about the Olympics: Megan Rapinoe gifs.
Get ready to have #soccerfeelings x 392375 because of course it came down to USA and Japan.
We need to talk about how we need to stop talking about Gabby Douglas’s hair, and also mine.
USWNT are headed to the semi-finals, Gabby Douglas hits her dougie, and other stories from the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Three more athletes have decided to come out since the games began. Welcome to our team, queers! That brings our total athletes to 23 and our fabulousness through the roof.
Julie and Brandy live-chatted some relevant Olympic events for you! Grab a snack and relive the magic through the eyes of your favorite twosome.