Jeff Molina is the first active male fighter in the UFC to say he is LGBTQ+.
Ten years after coming out, Jason Collins tells Sky Sports about how the culture around challenging homophobic language has "shifted" in the NBA.
Co-founder of Hackney Women's FC Joanie Evans is proud so see how far the club has come as HWFC launch new kit to mark LGBT+ history month.
In LGBT+ History Month in the UK, players, fans, campaigners and the co-author of Robbie Rogers' autobiography explain how his coming out liberated others.
Boxing prides itself on being open to anyone from any background. But is there a blind spot when it comes to homophobia?
Czech Republic international Jakub Jankto has become the highest-profile current male footballer to announce he is gay.
To mark the start of LGBT+ History Month, former Team GB hockey stars Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh sat down with Tom Bosworth for Sky Sports.
Prop Campbell Johnstone has become the first All Blacks rugby player to come out as gay.
Cesar Azpilicueta on tackling "out of place" comments aimed at gay friends, and how he wants to create a "safe environment" at Chelsea where LGBTQ+ players feel welcome.
Zander Murray has become the only openly gay player in the men's Scottish Professional Football League after signing for Bonnyrigg Rose.
England's only out gay active professional footballer Jake Daniels has revealed that Olympic diving champion Tom Daley inspired him to come out.
Gary Neville has criticised the FA for backing down to FIFA in the OneLove armband row and questioned why footballers are in the spotlight over human rights issues.
England will not wear the OneLove armband at the World Cup in Qatar, it has been confirmed.
Australian Isaac Humphries has become the first active male basketball player in a top-tier league to come out as gay.
Gareth Southgate says it is “highly unlikely” England will comply with FIFA's plea to "let football take the stage" at the World Cup in Qatar.
An ambassador for the World Cup in Qatar has described homosexuality as "a damage in the mind" in an interview with German broadcaster ZDF.
Dr Nas Mohamed, the only publicly out LGBTQ+ Qatari, is gathering testimonies describing discrimination and abuse from people in his homeland.
Australia have become the first World Cup finals side to release a collective statement from players criticising host Qatar's human rights record.
Foreign secretary James Cleverly has been accused of being "shockingly tone-deaf" after urging LGBT fans to be "respectful" of Qatar's ban on homosexuality.
On Rainbow Laces Day, Jamie Weir caught up with boxers Lauren Price and Karriss Artingstall, who are approaching their third anniversary as a couple.