OUTAthlete Bria Brown-King Shares Experiences Being an Intersex Athlete
Bria Brown-King (pronouns: she/they) identifies as a queer, intersex, masculine presenting black person. Bria is a new CrossFit athlete, thanks to a scholarship they received from The OUT Foundation.
Guest Blog: Ava Grace
I wish I had all the answers to bring more trans women into CrossFit. No, the community is not perfect, but we deserve to feel welcome in a fitness community that is so often described as “welcoming to everyone.” There are truly supportive gyms and members out there who will prove that— The OUT Foundation’s inclusive gym finder is a great place to start.
The OUT Foundation & Modern Military Association of America Join Forces Again to Honor LGBTQ+ Service Members this Memorial Day
After a successful partnership last year, The OUT Foundation and the Modern Military Association of America are teaming up again to celebrate U.S. service members (both those who have passed and those who are living) who have made an impact in the LGBTQ+ community.
Founder Feelz: The Evolution of Inclusivity in Fitness
Will Lanier, Founder and Executive Director of OUTWOD and The OUT Foundation, joined a panel with AthleteAlly and professional CrossFit Athletes to talk about the evolution of inclusion in sport and fitness.