Johnny Weir is showing solidarity with the people of Ukraine through his hair.
Ireen Wüst has picked up another silver medal in Sochi, while Aussie snowboarder Belle Brockhoff deals with family drama.
The International Olympic Committee is defending the removal of several LGBT activists from the Olympic village Sunday, including a transgender former member of Italy's parliament.
Belle Brockhoff's father cries foul at some of the treatment his daughter and her Aussie teammates have received.
Valdimir Luxuria says she was arrested and detained for carrying a "Gay is OK" sign but she's not backing down.
After the death of her mother, King will participate in the closing ceremony of the Sochi Winter Games.
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz says the IOC should have made a better choice than Russia for the games, while LGBT athlete ally Hudson Taylor gives a glimpse into what it's like to be gay in Sochi.
Now you can make a drag Putin by dressing him in designer gowns and accessories. Werk!
Russian political analyst Sergey Markov tells a Daily Show correspondent that gay sex is not normal. You know, like having sex with a conference table isn't normal.
Wüst is the most decorated Dutch Olympian at the Sochi games.