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The First Question Kaig Lightner Was Asked After Coming Out as Trans Will Surprise You READ MORE.

The OutField: Genderqueer in baseball's front office

Growing up in central California an hour and a half west of Yosemite, Jen Ramos was not exactly a sports fan. But one day 10 years ago, Ramos "randomly" watched a post-season Major League Baseball game and was hooked. READ MORE.

The OutField: LGBT sports movement faces growing pains

Once upon a time, there was no such thing as LGBT sports. No one imagined gay men could be athletes. Besides, weren't all female athletes lesbians? Or so the stereotypes went. Then came Dave Kopay, Greg Louganis. The growth of women's sports. With a rush, LGBT sports roared out of the locker room. READ MORE.

The OutField: Stephen Alexander: Little Rhody's Big Trans Man

Stephen Alexander was a typical boy. He loved Transformers and Gobots (but did not find out until later that they were a product of Hasbro in Providence, Rhode Island, just a few miles from his home in Chepachet). READ MORE.

The OutField: Meg Linehan 'Excelles' at Covering Women's Sports

We often talk about the "sports world." It sounds like one big place. Like the real world though, it's made up of many separate countries. There's a mind-boggling variety of sports. There are pro, college, high school and amateur sports. There are men's sports, women's sports and, of course, LGBT sports. READ MORE.

The OutField: Meg Linehan 'Excelles' at Covering Women's Sports

We often talk about the "sports world." It sounds like one big place. Like the real world though, it's made up of many separate countries. There's a mind-boggling variety of sports. There are pro, college, high school and amateur sports. There are men's sports, women's sports and, of course, LGBT sports. READ MORE.

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