It was an awesome weekend for LGBT soccer pros as Boston’s captain Lianne Sanderson had a brace in their victory and was named the NWSL Player of the Week! Congrats!
A weekly roundup of what LGBT soccer players were up to over the weekend. What other sport can do that? So with more action on the field and a big movie festival event, here we go!
With NWSL season two kicking off, the Myrtle Beach Mutiny beginning preseason action and Robbie Rogers back on the pitch, it’s a good time to start a review of what our favorite out LGBT...
Abby Wambach has been named number five on ESPNW’s year-end “Impact 10” list of female athletes. Wambach was a natural pick for the list with her record-breaking year as she passed Mia Hamm for...
The Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns have become the first professional sports teams in the nation to endorse a marriage equality ballot measure.
The Seattle Reign are the latest American soccer team to make a video for the You Can Play Project, becoming the first Women’s professional team in the US to participate.
Eighteen NWSL players have joined the Athlete Ally program as Ambassadors, representing seven teams across the league.
Megan Rapinoe was once again the object of Jimmy Conrad’s BFF affections as he made a second play on KickTV to win her over.
Coinciding with the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots that ushered in the modern gay rights movement, the final weekend of June is filled with the biggest pride celebrations across the country.
Portland Thorns and US Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan spoke with ESPN last week, and one of the topics was gay athletes: On Robbie Rogers: I remember watching Robbie in person at Columbus...