When you give a mouse a cookie, a lesbian begins practicing a new sport.
Just on the cheek, keep your pants on.
I’ve got fifteen new Drake songs stuck in my head, the best puppy vine of all time on my hands, and Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, and some random football couple waiting in the wings with a lot to say.
They’re experts in five Olympic events, and they’re about to beat each other up. But first they have some very nice things to say.
Crystal’s Team Pick: If the headline doesn’t make you click through then honestly I don’t know what will.
This dapper WNBA hotshot has more than just jerseys– we’re stealing Brittney Griner’s style.
See which city tops the list as the most LGBT friendly sports city!
Women who inspired us, gave us a vocabulary and taught us how to be ourselves.
NBA center Jason Collins just became the very first male professional athlete to come out publicly via a candid and moving essay in Sports Illustrated magazine, and this is a Very Big Deal.
Brittney Griner signs an endorsement deal with Nike. Here are some of my favorite sports commercials I think Nike should keep in mind while they brainstorm for her campaign.
Video of the Rutgers men’s basketball coach, Mike Rice, has been all over the everywhere for two days, and as an alum, I’m still surprised by it.
My teammates didn’t know that I was ending my run in this men’s league because I had to leave my male identity on the court.
“While these women joined Aquaporko to find a group of like-minded people to swim with, they stayed because they loved being surrounded by strong women who loved them unconditionally.”
Badass former Marine and out athlete Liz Carmouche will be a part of history when she takes on Ronda Rousey in the UFC’s first women’s Mixed Martial Arts title fight on February 23rd.
It’s pretty hard to miss this if you’re an American but some of us are pretty skilled at information avoidance. Today at 6:30pm EST, the AFC Champions Beyoncé Ravens will take on the NFC Champions the San Francisco Desti9ers.
A prairie homo herstory lesson! The Edmonton Grads revolutionized the sports’ world by demonstrating that women, just like men, could be athletic champions.
Sweden’s sports officials have no time for homophobic bullshit, leaving Sörskogens IF players with plenty of time on their hands.
As the battle on marriage equality in Maryland and Minnesota heats up, Ravens and Vikings players find themselves lining up both for and against the cause.
“I’ve been fighting for more than 24 years and as I continue my ascendant career, I want to be true to myself . . . I have and will always be a proud Puerto Rican. I have always been and always will be a proud gay man.”
Ladies, you are now welcome in the wide-world of baseball analysis, at least according to one broadcasting booth. And if you are as awesome as Michele Smith.