2012 Summer Olympics
The 2012 Olympics have begun in London, running through August 12. EDGE takes you there, with this special report on LGBT-related Olympic news, entertainment and special features.
Ji Wallace, a gay Australian Olympic gymnast and silver medalist, has revealed that he is HIV-positive.
A local gay activist group was able to get enough money to air an ad during the Olympics, part of a ’Why Marriage Matters Washington’ educational campaign to fight a November ballot initiative.
There are more than 10,000 athletes competing at the London games, but when the gay website OutSports.com set out to count how many were openly gay, it came up with 23.
Olympic U.S. women’s soccer player Megan Rapinoe tells the Associated Press that coming out is "like a weight off my shoulders."
While the rest of the world watched the spectacular opening ceremony for the London Olympic Games, Out There was watching a screener of the new Absolutely Fabulous episode that takes place during the London Olympic Games.
Karen Hultzer, an Olympic archer from South Africa, announced she was gay in order to become a role model for people who struggle with coming out of the closet and to combat homophobia in sports and in her homeland.
Women athletes like boxer Claressa "T-Rex" Shields give new meaning to the term girl power, as for the first year, female U.S. Olympians outnumber males.
The Olympic’s Opening Ceremony featured a gay couple kissing, ’Ab Fab’ stars carrying the torch and a commercial that promoted same-sex marriage in Washington State.
An LGBT group & some sports experts are protesting the International Olympic Committee’s new controversial rules to test female athletes suspected of having high levels of testosterone.