The NHL has extended its ban on LGBTQ and Gay Pride acknowledgement to include the tape around the player’s sticks
The Dodgers hosted a Faith and Family Night this week, shortly after their LGBTQ Pride event featured an anti-Catholic troupe
National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman has announced that teams will discontinue the practice of wearing special warmup sweaters dedicated to the LGBT community or other causes. This decision comes after certain players declined to wear them last season due to religious reasons. Bettman referred to the issue as a “distraction” during his statement, which was made following an NHL board of governors meeting in New York last week.
While Dodgers’ management has scrambled to address their social stances on sexuality, the team has faltered on the field
The Rangers have no interest in taking part in Major League Baseball’ a sea of social media controversy of recognizing the LGBTQ community
Former MLB star Curt Schilling says it’s time for someone to ‘pull a trigger’ over drag queens, Trump and the left
With the fight over LGBTQ rights now spilling over to America’s Pastime, MLB appears to be backing off of one of their previous stances
Another twist emerges regarding an anti-Catholic gay group that’s been added to the Dodgers’ Pride Night – this one involving the White House
Bishop Barron is imploring his followers to reject the Los Angeles Dodgers ‘in defense of our Catholic faith’
Journalist and host of the Human Events Daily podcast, Jack Posobiec, has put out a call to action to Christian players for the Los Angeles Dodgers, asking them to take a stand against the anti-Catholic group the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, by boycotting the Dodgers’ Pride Night Drag Nun award show.