Most of these stories appeared in the Village Voice, whose sports section circa 1991 to 1995 was unique and has not since been equalled. (It’s a shadow of its former self now despite valiant efforts by the current editor.) You absolutely will not find coverage on these specific topics anywhere else.
See also: Blog entries on sports.
Gay and lesbian sports (positively not “queer” or “LGBT”)
Grappling with an image: John Du Pont’s shooting of wrestler David Schultz exposed Du Pont’s harem of amateur wrestlers, and shed light on the homoeroticism of the sport (2010.04.07)
Sodomite invasion! Avowed homosexualist infiltrates NFL dressing room – but global apocalypse averted (2001.11.02)
The lasting lessons of Louganis (2001.11.02)
The Locker as Closet: Queer activists say: “We are everywhere.” So where are the gays in high-performance sport?
Basic black, basic instinct: The psychological effects of black uniforms (2001.11.02)
Not Exactly Off the Record: My Day in the Maw of the TSN Gag Machine: In 1998, I “tried out” for the writers’ room at TSN
Women’s hockey finally getting its props
They Traumatize Horses, Don’t They? The only beings who can consent to involvement in sports are human beings
A review of The New Lords of the Rings: Olympic Corruption and How to Buy Gold Medals
Hirsute men in sports: The unofficial enemy of all that is right and pure
Updated 2018.01.02 12:22