The high-five was invented by Glenn Burke at a Dodgers game in 1977, but what many people don’t know is that Burke was also the first openly gay player
After a lifetime of whacking off to pro-wrestling, I joined a local gay wrestling group. It wasn’t as erotic as I thought, but here’s what I learned
These 9 gay wrestling characters from U.S. pro-wrestling show the sport’s uneasy relationship with homosexuality (although some of them are kinda great)
During a recent match, homophobic fans unfurled a giant banner inside the stadium which read, “[Keep] Warsaw free from faggots”
During a speech at the University of New Mexico, the football player said he regrets coming out when he did
Landon Foster worried he couldn’t be an out gay man in the NFL, so he bowed out of football, a decision he regrets; but he’s out and proud now
Looking for a place to watch your favorite team play? Well, we’ve rounded up some of the best gay sports bars to visit when you’re traveling.
Quinton Peron and Napolean Jinnies will be some of the first male NFL cheerleaders to appear at the Super Bowl
After promoting their annual calendar on Facebook, the players had their post removed and were told they went against community standards
There are several gay rugby teams today, but it all started in 1995 in London, when the Kings Cross Steelers were formed
This year’s calendar is even better than last year’s, with 19 more men and a continued fight to raise awareness for testicular cancer
It will be the first time the Los Angeles basketball team has celebrated its LGBTQ fans
The world of sports hasn’t always been so supportive of the LGBTQ community, but things are changing, and that’s exactly why it’s more important than ever for Hornet to cover all the latest breakthroughs in gay sports news.
Every culture seems to love watching people compete. Today sports events draw massive crowds and millions of viewers on TV as we watch athletes compete to be the best.
Though the LGBTQ community has long been on the outside of the professional sporting world for generations — and being “out” was simply out of the question for most pro athletes — the world now has more openly gay sports stars than ever.
Take a look at all the ways the world of sports and the LGBTQ community are coming together. Everyone in the LGBTQ community can find something to appreciate about the nature of competition. Take a stroll through our favorite gay moments from all things gay sports.