This past Saturday was the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) and MLS supporters groups used the day to speak out.
Help us use the upcoming 2014 World Cup to help raise money for the great folks at the You Can Play Project.
Last week Major League Soccer and it’s charitable arm MLS Works released the 2014 edition of their “Don’t Cross the Line” PSA video.
Colorado Rapids midfielder and 2013 MLS Rookie of the Year Dillon Powers was announced as an ambassador in the Athlete Ally program yesterday.
Major League Soccer will be ramping up workplace anti-discrimination and anti-harassment efforts this year according to the New York Attorney General and reported by the Huffington Post.
Dozens of supporters groups have expressed their support for the LGBT community since this site started. And Major League Soccer has partnered with the You Can Play Project since last season.
February 15, 2013 is a day I will always remember. Robbie Rogers came out publicly as a gay man and was on his way to making professional sports history.
Last week U.S. Soccer quietly announced that the Men’s National Team will play the Ukraine in a friendly March 5 as part of its preparations for the 2014 World Cup.
The Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns have become the first professional sports teams in the nation to endorse a marriage equality ballot measure.
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) announced Friday that its board voted to add sexual orientation to its non-discrimination policy.