In partnership with United for Equality in Sports and Entertainment, The Advocate brings you interviews and coverage directly from Sochi.
As the Olympics begin, so do the worldwide protests against homophobic laws in Russia.
Google made a bold display of support for LGBT equality with its rainbow doodle. But other organizations are also colorfully rebranding themselves to make an Olympic statement.
With the Russian PR machine in high gear for the Olympics, this British documentary uncovers what's really happening to LGBT people.
An new TV spot brings a first for Chevrolet
A student journalist heads to Sochi to cover the Winter Games, but he was a little worried about how he might be perceived.
Hours before the Opening Ceremonies in Sochi, Google updates its homepage to show solidarity with LGBT Russians and Olympic athletes and spectators.
The hunky star of the CW's Arrow took to Facebook to air his feelings about Russia's antigay attitudes and the negative impact holding the Games in a homophobic country is having on the Olympic spirit.
There aren't a ton of out LGBT athletes heading to Sochi (far from it), but many allies have made their displeasure with Russia's antigay laws heard.