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Jason Collins!

We don't tend to cover sports news here at BULLETT, unless it's something monumental like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady taking out the garbage
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Keep the conversation going!

SOCHI, Russia – Though a handful of activists were arrested in conjunction with Olympic protests over the last two weeks, including the high-profile detainment of punk band Pussy Riot, Russia's treatment of
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Europe's first openly transgender parliamentarian detained at Winter Olympics amid controversy surrounding gay rights
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Great.

Sports broadcasts are typically known for their punchy lists of best plays, epic goal countdowns and testosterone-fueled commentary. Which makes Dale Hansen's address Monday night all the more remarkable. The Dallas sports anchor for ABC local aff...
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An insider opinion on boycotting vs engaging in the Olympics.

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In case you were wondering...

It seems crazy to host the Winter Olympics in a subtropical beach town nestled in a historically war-torn region that's still plagued by an insurgency. But Vladimir Putin has his reasons.
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Mr. Boitano speaks up

President Obama sent a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin via the U.S. Olympics delegation.
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Gay snowboarder Goes for Gold

She would rather be recognized as the “fearless” snowboarder, but ahead of her gold medal bid at the Winter Games she is better known as the “gay snowboarder...
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Onboard Snowboarding Magazine

Cheryl Maas thrust a rainbow-covered Celtek mitt to the cameras in yesterday's slopestyle qualis making it the first gay rights statement of Sochi 2014.

We're beyond hyped it was by a snowboarder. Stay rad Cheryl! --> http://onboardm.ag/CherylMaasStatement

As the Olympics begin we want to send a message of support to all the athletes competing – LGBTQ and otherwise. We understand that there are many opinions surrounding how to best voice concerns over what is happening in Sochi, some even calling for a full boycott. While we see value in many of these approaches, we feel it is important to support the athletes who have worked their entire lives to compete at these games. Choice is the hallmark of freedom, as well as a measure of equality. With that in mind we wish all the 2014 Olympians good luck!

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Bud drops Sochi parties...

Budweiser has reportedly dropped its traditional Olympics party spot because the company is uncomfortable with the situation in Sochi. A representative for Anheuser-Busch confirmed to TMZ that Budweiser's Club Bud party spot will not be in Sochi....
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More from Sochi and Vice

Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News The Olympics are as much about money as they are about sports. Between broadcasting rights,...
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The company says it stands against a measure outlawing “homosexual propaganda” that has led to protests aimed at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
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A great piece from the people at Vice.

Subscribe to VICE News now: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News When Russian President Vladimir Putin banned gay "propaganda" in June last year, Russia's LG...
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Show your support for LGBTQ athletes in Sochi by replacing your Facebook profile pic with the #EVERYATHLETE logo.

Download the logo here http://bit.ly/1c3H8U9

Show your support for LGBTQ athletes in Sochi by replacing your Facebook profile pic with the #EVERYATHLETE logo.

Download the logo here http://bit.ly/1c3H8U9
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Every Athlete updated their cover photo.
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