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Rapinoe on NPR: Gold, Gays, and the Future of the Game

Megan Rapinoe, midfielder and the only open lesbo on the gold medal winning U.S. women's soccer team, was interviewed last night on NPR. ...

"Hai Si Ja / Hold Tight!": Spice Girls Reunite During Wacky Closing Ceremony

England's closing ceremony was a clusterfuck of Monty Pythian proportions—epically cheesy. ...

Title IX in full effect as USA Women Dominate the Olympics

With yesterday's gold medal winning performance in women's soccer, USA's women Olympians are showing us how fully in effect Title IX has become forty years after being established as law in 1972.&n ...

Olympic Gymnast Gabby Douglas and That Other N-word, "Nappy"

Gabrielle Christina Victoria "Gabby" Douglas is one of this year's Olympic darlings. ...

8 August: This Week Belongs To...

Olympic swimming has ended and, save for the USA women’s soccer matches (take that, Canada!) and tonight's all-USA-women's beach volleyball final (which NBC will undoubtedly try to de-gay when Mist ...

Gabby's Two (Not Gay) Moms

The Flying Squirrel captured our collective hearts last night after she won gold for the All Around Gymnastic competition at the London Olympics. ...

Men can’t compete in synchronized swimming? Really?

One of my favorite Olympic sports is synchronized swimming. ...

1 August: This Week Belongs To...

Yesterday USA’s women gymnasts won gold—the first time in 16 years. Michael Phelps won a record breaking 19th Olympic medal. ...

South African Archer Comes Out, Raises Gay Olympian Tally to 22

South African archer Karen Hultzer, who was eliminated from competition during the round of 64 yesterday, promptly "came out" after her elimination. She told OutSports.com: ...

Will suspicion of "gender fraud" police LGBTQ Olympians?

The 2012 London Summer Olympics begins July 27th.  ...
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