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The Advocate brings readers the latest news from the world of gay sports. Follow the most recent developments about the people, policies, and players who are shaping national and international dialogue about athletes and the LGBT community. Read about Michael Sam, Jason Collins, Brittney Griner, Darren Young, Johnny Weir, Fallon Fox, and more luminaries of the gay sports arena who are trailblazers in basketball, football, soccer, baseball, hockey, tennis, swimming, track, and golf. Find out about upcoming and past Olympic Games, and how lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender athletes are helping to advance the marathon of equality on an international scale.
Right-Winger Suggests Michael Sam Seek 'Ex-Gay' Therapy

Right-Winger Suggests Michael Sam Seek 'Ex-Gay' Therapy

Notorious homophobe Peter LaBarbera warned the NFL rookie that he should seek notoriety for his football skills, not his 'troubling' sexuality.

Football Player Comes Out to Celebrate Independence Day

Football Player Comes Out to Celebrate Independence Day

After finding a support system with new rugby teammates, a former college player who came close to playing in the pros comes out.

Meet the Velvet Gloves: An All-Gay Boxing Group

Ready for a 'luxury boxing experience' tailored to the cultural sensibilities of an urban gay male?

Megan Rapinoe Strips: First Openly Gay Athlete on ESPN Mag

The soccer star exposes herself for ESPN's annual body issue

Russian Priest: Colorful Shoes Make Soccer a Gay Abomination

Russian Priest: Colorful Shoes Make Soccer a Gay Abomination

The hairstyles and shoes soccer players wear apparently make the sport an 'abomination.'

FIFA Officials Can't Even Agree On What Constitutes Homophobia at World Cup

FIFA Execs Can't Agree On What World Cup Homophobia Looks Like

Two of the top officials at soccer's world governing body see homophobic slurs at matches through vastly different lenses.

Univision, ESPN Condemn But Still Air Antigay Slurs at World Cup

Univision, ESPN Condemn But Still Air Antigay Slurs

Univision and ESPN have condemned the use of antigay slurs by World Cup fans, but the networks continue to not mute the words in their broadcasts.

World Cup: In The Locker Room

World Cup: In The Locker Room

Thanks, Instagram, for giving us a peek into what's going on off the field in Brazil.

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