On International Pronouns Day, Caz Fields talks about transferring to Brighouse Town and their positive experiences as a player who is non-binary.
In support of National Inclusion Week, Chris Kent and his brother Thomas explain how they found their football home at Charlton Invicta FC.
On Bi Visibility Day, Sheppey United's Jahmal Howlett-Mundle explains why sharing personal news publicly was the right call for him.
Liverpool have condemned supporters who sang homophobic chants aimed at Chelsea during Saturday's Premier League match at Anfield.
Wolves' Conor Coady - the winner of the Football Ally accolade at the British LGBT Awards - says any footballer considering coming out can rely on his support.
Representation and medals matter for GB couple Laurie Williams and Robyn Love as they prepare for Tokyo's wheelchair basketball tournament.
As Copenhagen hosts Europe's biggest inclusive sports event, the Hungarian delegation find themselves fighting for freedom.
The FA's Edleen John says the governing body abhors the "disgusting" use of the 'rent boy' insult and is determined to drive it out of football.
Kick It Out has condemned homophobic chanting by Liverpool supporters aimed at Norwich’s on-loan midfielder Billy Gilmour at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Rainbow Rovers return in 'Football United 2' event at Whitehawk FC on Saturday, part of an FA-backed pilot scheme.
Lewis Hamilton has strongly criticised the Hungarian government and voiced his support for the LGBTQ+ community in the country.
Team GB's Meg Jones and Celia Quansah and Australia's Dom Clarke are among the athletes hoping to spark an LGBTQ+ legacy by being visible at Tokyo 2020.