“I thought that I didn’t need to come out… But I remember how much other’s stories have helped me in my darkest times to have hope.”
A high school swimmer named Hunter Sigmund was closeted and scared until he came out to Jake Bain, the openly gay football captain — then they began dating
Retired wrestler Matt Cage just slammed our hearts to the mat (in a good way) when he posted this cute photo of he and his dad on a double-date
Michael Kopech, a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, has apologized for racist and homophobic tweets he made when he was a teenager
UFC Fighter Bryce Mitchell just posted a horrifying photo of his bloody undies after mutilating his scrotum with a hand-drill
Former Pro Hockey Player Dons Drag and Lip Syncs ‘I Will Always Love You’ to Show How Stupid Homophobia Is
“There are things in the world that are more important than worrying about your image all the time,” former Edmonton Oiler Georges Laraque said. “If public figures don’t take part in the fight, how are things going to change?’
Professional English cricket player Ben Stokes was recently found innocent of public brawling after he defended two gay men from homophobic attackers
Dennis Philipse, the man who co-chaired the Gay Games Hong Kong bidding committee, explains why he fought to bring the world queer sporting event to Asia
In a new interview with a Swedish website, Anders Nilsson, the goalie for the Vancouver Canucks, condemns homophobia in hockey
“You can’t pander to the community and put it on the website saying there’s a ticket package and rainbow item. You have to practice what you preach.”
Our columnist and our photographer in France went to watch the Gay Games wrestling matches in Paris and got very turned on
The Gay Games cheerleaders mostly came from the U.S. to show their skills in Paris. But this isn’t your usual cheerleading: Sequins and queens take part.
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.