Rainbow Laces is an annual campaign promoting LGBT+ inclusion in sport - and Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson is delighted to be among the clubs supporting it this afternoon.
Inclusive clubs have an important role to play in promoting LGBT+ participation in sport at a grassroots level. Aberdeen Taexali is looking to do exactly that, as the north of Scotland's first inclusive rugby club.
Fin Annand has seen football take her across the world, but even though she spent years at college in America her story is still a positive one of support.
How can we expect elite athletes to be open and honest about who they are when the people telling their stories are not doing the same? When looking at LGBT+ in sport, the media has such a crucial role to play, and Jack Murley is one broadcaster who is doing all he can to promote LGBT+ sportspeople.
Basketball player Craig Stephen struggled to unite the idea of being gay and playing sports as a teenager, and a lack of prominent LGBT+ athletes did not help. Now, he tries to be the role model he needed when he was younger.
Kim Jappy spent 22 years in football before retiring last year, and for her it was always a chance to forget about illness, or falling out with her family. This is her story.
The holy grail around most discussions of LGBT+ in sport is that we don’t have an out footballer in the English Premier League. I think that would be a big step, but I don’t think that is the magical cure all for homophobia.