The Middle East country of Qatar has censored LGBTQ news stories and is making queer athletes question their safety as two world sporting events approach
The Hidden Flag campaign brought six activists from six different countries to the World Cup in protest of Russia and Chechnya’s persecution of LGBT people
Check out this mix of stories from the past week inclduing the World Cup, Walgreens offering HIV testing, the incredible Brian Sims and more.
A group of queer activists are calling out Budweiser for supporting the World Cup in anti-LGBTQ Russia while simultaneously supporting Pride in New York City. The Budweiser World Cup sponsorship is especially under scrutiny after various attacks on the LGBTQ community occurred in Russia this past week after international the soccer tournament […]
We’ve got a story on LGBTQ Pride month, a World Cup update plus a campaign to remind people that our blood is useless.
The English Football Association just said that LGBTQ fans will wave a rainbow banner with its insignia at an upcoming match to protest Russian homophobia
On day one, there have already been reports of World Cup LGBT arrests and Russia World Cup gay bashings. The details are shocking, but hardly surprising
João is June’s Hornet Man of the Month and he’s also a phenomenal soccer player who’s part of the Hornet Cup in Brazil — come say hello
The Sweden-based men’s underwear line Björn Borg just launched its Marriage Unblocked, just in time for the World Cup in anti-gay Russia
The 2018 World Cup jerseys (or World Cup kits, as they’re called) will display each team’s colorful culture on the soccer field, and some are quite stylish
Today is the start of the Bingham Cup, a gay rugby tournament founded in honor of 9/11 hero Mark Bingham, with over 1,700 players from 60 worldwide teams
Russian thugs recently issued threats promising to hunt down and stab LGBTQ sports fans, and the police may not be able to stop it