LGBTI Inclusion

Tokyo 2020 broke an Olympic record for LGBTI representation. Here's why that matters

The representation of LGBTI identities at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games is historic and seismically important Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Amit Paley
CEO and Executive Director, The Trevor Project
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Sports participation was more common among LGBTQ youth who were less “out” about their LGBTQ identity.
Sports participation more common among LGBTI youth who were less “out” about their LGBTI identity Image: Trevor Project
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