The captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins says that having grown up in Canada, he doesn't understand why Russia is so opposed to LGBT equality.
The out soccer player talks friendly locker room banter on Chelsea Lately.
"I want to be proud of who I am and be proud of all the work I've done to get into the Olympics."
Yulia Gushchina and Ksenia Ryzhova say speculation over the kiss they shared at World Athletics Championships in Moscow was the product of 'sick fantasies.'
Two Swedish hockey players, currently competing in the NHL but likely to participate in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, registered their disapproval of the nation's ban on so-called homosexual propaganda.
When athletes protest Russia's so-called "gay propaganda" law, they're already facing trouble.
Two Swedish athletes took a subtle stand for equality at the world championships in Moscow, while a Russian gold medalist said she supports the suppression of LGBT identities.
The international soccer organization wants Russia to clarify its laws in light of the World Cup taking place there in 2018.
Redskins star Robert Griffin III told GQ that any gay players currently in the NFL should come out.
Nick Symmonds respects Russia but disagrees with the country's antigay laws.