LZ Granderson speaks to a gay professional athlete who is considering coming out of the closet.
Hawaii coach Greg McMackin's gay slur is merely a symptom of a much larger problem.
By speaking out in favor of gay marriage, Magic Johnson may have completed his greatest assist.
After getting gay bashed and attacked in New Orleans, LZ Granderson thinks the Brady Quinn incident deserved more media coverage.
Still waiting for the "gay Jackie Robinson"? Gay athletes are already making an impact.
LZ Granderson wonders how Sen. Larry Craig can save himself by using the same words that destroyed Tim Hardaway.
The NBA came down hard on Tim Hardaway, but turns a blind eye to its owners' activities -- and Seattle may lose the Sonics as a result.
Openly gay athlete Adam Goslin fits in just fine at Washington University.
Another retired athlete comes out? LZ Granderson won't be impressed until an active player does so.
In 19 short years, gay athlete Michael Anthony Castro opened people's eyes, writes LZ Granderson.
A compelling plot on "The Wire" has members of the Baltimore Ravens rooting for a gay character. But that doesn't mean they want one as a teammate.
Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller pulled "Brokeback Mountain" from his movie theater after finding out the plot. Shouldn't he be taking heat for this?