Gold medalist Kerron Clement is finally ready to share his story. The track athlete publicly came out Friday, on National Coming Out Day, exclusively telling Out, “I was tired of loving in the dark.”
As the Rugby World Cup got underway Friday, a pop-up venue for LGBT and other sexual minority fans opened in Tokyo, in an initiative organizers hope to build on for next year’s Olympics and beyond.
The question that i am asked most frequently is: “The law has changed – but will society change?” My answer is – society changes because LGBT people are changing and gaining the confidence to live the lives they dreamt of.
The South African middle distance runner will continue to fight to compete without taking hormone therapy to block naturally elevated levels of testosterone.
The IAAF says it will seek a "swift reversal" of the decision that allows Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya to temporarily compete without taking testosterone-reducing medication.
Swiss court tells IAAF to suspend testosterone regulations. Semenya can compete in 800m without medication to 25 June
As part of celebrations for the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on 17 May, UNAIDS signed a memorandum of understanding with Pride House Tokyo.
It is not the “male sex hormone,” nor is it the key to athletic performance. Why do we insist otherwise?
Human rights groups, medical researchers decry decision based on testosterone
Using a testosterone limit to determine who is female will probably fail to settle the matter
The South African’s call for unity stood out amid all the arguments, but it is not only Cas’s verdict that has been criticised
The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) wishes to express its downright disappointment at the ruling by Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on the Caster Semenya and ASA appeal against IAAF testosterone rules in female athletes.