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Dodgers Pride event breaks records, feature many same-sex kiss cam couples

Considered one of the best sporting Pride Nights, The Dodgers have created a bridge of trust and inclusiveness.

The Los Angeles Dodgers had a massive turnout for their annual Pride event on June 9, selling a total of 6,800 tickets specifically for the event with an additional 1,200 sold to people who went independently but still wanted to take part.   

'Galaxy' star instructs homophobes with some choice words

Dave Bautista gives homophobes instruction on what they can do with their issues.

Much like his character Drax in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, Dave Bautista is outspoken and painfully honest when it comes to his personal life. 

The former WWE star showed support for his mother in a recent Twitter post in which he said:

WorldOut Games cancelled, thousands of athletes and spectators affected

WorldOut Games 2017 cancelled at the last minute affecting thousands of spectators and athletes.

The 10-day WorldOut Games were supposed to start today, but the organization has canceled the event last-minute, with the exception of a few sporting categories.

Thousands of spectators and athletes were expected to attend the event which happens every four years.

By reinstating events in NC, NCAA tells LGBTQ athletes they are on their own

Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD – the world’s LGBTQ media advocacy organization, released the following statement after the NCAA made the announcement to reinstate NCAA-related events, including basketball tournament games, in the state following the fake “repeal” of HB2, a last-minute maneuver that only further marginalizes and endangers the transgender community while also nixing

Gay hockey fans tie knot in professional ice rink

Dwayne Smoot, left, and Eric Pinder get hitched on ice. .

The ice rink seems like a cold place to begin a life together, but Eric Pinder and Dwayne Smoot heated up the Amway Center in Orlando with their wedding vows.

Both men wore hockey jerseys and the priest made a perfect referee as the two maybe became the first same-sex couple to perform a marriage ceremony in a professional hockey arena