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Gay fan brightens up Russian World Cup with Pride flag

Russian soccer fan waves the Pride flag every time his Moscow team scored a goal.

Despite warnings from LGBT watchdogs worldwide, the President of the Russian LGBT Sport Federation, Alexander Agapov, is showing LGBT pride by waving his rainbow flag at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium during the World Cup against Saudi Arabia.  

Red Sox Insta filled with homophobia after Pride night

Like San Diego’s “Out at the Park,” the Boston Red Sox has a Pride night and they celebrated it on Thursday night with LGBT fans and allies. They painted their pitching mound with a rainbow logo and documented the whole thing on social media.

Pro wrestler gives boyfriend a lyrical gift

Anthony Bowens is a pro wrestler who identifies as bisexual. His boyfriend Michael Pavano was celebrating his 24th birthday and Bowens wanted to give him something unique, not just the regular cards or flowers. So he found a music app and with the help of a friend created the song "How We Met."

Rippon makes history again on 'Dancing with the Stars'

Adam Rippon takes home the title on "Dancing With The Stars."

Adam Rippon is having the best year ever. Not only is he the first openly gay athlete ever to take home a medal from the Winter Olympics, but he also just won Dancing with the Stars.

This marks the first time in the show’s 26 seasons that a gay person has won the competition.

It’s also the first win for his dance partner Jenna Johnson reports LGBTQ Nation.

New LGBT sports network to debut in San Diego

Chris Rice and Jamie Ciecko

San Diego sports fans are going to be able to keep up with local amateur sporting events thanks to a new network launching this week with the cooperation of America’s Finest City Softball League (AFCSL), the largest LGBT sports organization in San Diego.

Syphilis outbreak warning in Palm Springs

Palm Springs is in the middle of a Syphilis outbreak warns county officials.

Riverside County health officials are warning of a syphilis outbreak in Palm Springs.

In its first stage, the disease is characterized by sores on the genitals, rectum, and mouth followed by a rash. This can lead to fatigue, itching, swollen lymph nodes and finally brain damage, organ damage and even blindness.

Who is your number one; are they a healthy example?

You may not have developed an eating disorder but you could definitely have some real negative relationships with food that you aren’t even aware of. 

Who is your number one? Is it a material juggernaut or a spiritual one...a photoshopped cover model or someone truly body-positive?

It’s important to be realistic about what/whom we’re chasing and why

I’m a personal trainer so the pursuit of a healthier and/or a more aesthetic body is obviously something I’m on board with. 

"Out at the Park" is a sporting event with lots of Pride

“Out at the Park” returns, Friday, April 27 at 7:10 pm. 

The San Diego Padres have tried and succeeded in forming bonds with the local LGBT community and every year they and San Diego Pride continue to collaborate with “Out at the Park.”

This year’s event happens on Friday, April 27 at 7:10 pm when the Padres welcome the New York Mets to Petco Park.

Padres and SD Pride team up for 'Out at the Park'

Padres take on the New York Mets on Friday, April 27 at 7:10 pm

OUT at the Park returns better than ever as San Diego Pride and the Padres team up for another historic and eventful night.

Watch the Padres take on the New York Mets on Friday, April 27 at 7:10 pm. With over 90% of tickets sold, the community-favorite event is poised to sell out due to its growing popularity with LGBTQ groups, families, and Padres fans.