The England and Wales Cricket Board is supporting Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign for the fifth time, and the first time during an England men's Test match.
Leinster's Nick McCarthy considered quitting rugby as he did not feel he could come out as gay while still playing.
Rachel Corsie and Claire Emslie speak about identity, and say there has never been a better time to come out.
The Birmingham Unicorns talk about being a trailblazing cricket club who are breaking barriers for the LGBT+ community.
Raven Saunders talks about her Olympics protest, mental health struggles, and pushing for change in the LGBT+ community.
Josh Cavallo is among 10 Sports Personality nominees at the 2022 British LGBT Awards, while Lewis Hamilton's Progress Pride helmet is also recognised.
Team GB skaters Lewis Gibson and Lilah Fear discuss their Winter Olympics dreams, dancing to Kiss and The Lion King, and LGBTQ+ visibility.
Bruce Mouat is one of Team GB's biggest Beijing medal hopes - he talks to Sky Sports about curling camaraderie, and coming out.
Liam Broady doesn't think men's tennis has a specific "culture" preventing gay or bi players from coming out, after wearing Rainbow Laces in support of LGBTQ+ people.
Cheltenham Town say they are "saddened" by reports of alleged homophobic abuse during Saturday's League One draw with Charlton.
Oxford United manager Karl Robinson and Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth have condemned alleged homophobic abuse reported at Adams Park, and police are investigating.
Melbourne Victory could face sanctions from Football Australia after a section of fans directed homophobic abuse at Adelaide United's Josh Cavallo in a match last week.
The CPS says use of the term 'rent boy' is considered a homophobic slur and therefore capable of amounting to a hate crime, leaving open the threat of prosecution.
Josh Cavallo, who is the only out gay professional top-flight men's footballer in the world, has called out homophobic abuse during an A-League game.
Who plans the better date nights? And who's the better footballer? Jess Carter and Ann-Katrin Berger, Chelsea stars and a couple, answer some tricky questions in support of Rainbow Laces.
In a Sky Sports exclusive for Rainbow Laces, Marissa Callaghan - the captain of NI Women - tells the story of her football journey.
Brighton's Aileen Whelan and her partner, former Albion defender Fern, talk parenthood, playing and more on 'Inside The WSL'.
West Ham Women welcomed a new coach for the latest episode of 'I'm Game' in support of Rainbow Laces - comedian Rosie Jones.
Collin Morikawa is among the pros bringing some rainbow visibility to golf as allies - it's a talking point on the Sky Sports Golf Podcast.
Anita Asante joins fellow FBL award winners Liz Ward and Amy Allard-Dunbar to discuss their experiences of inclusion in the women's game.