Another hectic week draws to a close. Both Covid relief and the Equality Act passed the House! Transphobia was on full display in our nation’s Capitol! The Biden administration sent TERFs the message that there’s a new sheriff in charge of federal policy on trans student-athletes! And we shared some great stories. So here now are my winners and losers of the week in LGBTQ sports, and since MLB teams are back in action starting tomorrow for spring training exhibition games, winners are home runs and losers are strikeouts.
A false image and misleading claims of a ‘broken skull’ are being used to attack trans women in sports.
President Biden’s nominee for the job of the nation’s top law man was asked about the inclusion of trans girls in women’s sports.
Dale Scott didn’t plan on his coming up affecting so many lives for the better. But doing so as an active umpire made him a national story and earned him numerous fans.
The new ownership group includes the team’s own Renee Montgomery.
Titleless for the first time in nearly four years after his 798-day Action Wrestling title reign ended on Feb. 12, AC Mack is ready for what is next.
Bowe and Brockhoff continue to show the power of being LGBTQ.
The Biden administration withdrew former AG William Barr’s statement of interest in the case, saying, “The government has reconsidered the matter.”
Over two decades, Lee has witnessed baseball becoming more LGBTQ friendly. Now, through D-backs for Change, she’s helping the game embrace our community even more.
A strong ending to a tournament that has had its rough spots for the USWNT.
Rose Lavelle will also be allocated, should she come to the Reign in 2021.
Péter Gulácsi says living outside of Hungary has shown him the importance of accepting others.
Parker’s many championships, accomplishments and defiant attitude inform today’s growth of underrepresented populations in pro wrestling worldwide.
VCT Game Changers will create ‘new opportunities and exposure for women and other marginalized genders within Valorant esports.’
The gay former college football captain says his state needs diverse leadership more than ever right now.
Prompted by a vote of online supporters, the noted adventurer and advocate takes a message of inclusion to a tough room.
Andrade could become the second woman in UFC history to win championships in two different divisions.
T.J. Callan felt driven from the University of Miami program and seeks to make a difference for LGBTQ athletes in his career.
In recovering from a major injury, Andrew Bucur reflected on his need to confront being gay, with inspiration from Robbie Rogers.
That’s all for this week! I’ll bring you another list of winners and losers next Saturday. Got a name I missed, or want to challenge my choices? Comment here or on Facebook or Instagram, tweet at us, message me via any social media, or just plain email me at [email protected] Thanks!