We’ve got a long way to go before we reach equality for trans folks, which is why it helps to celebrate small victories, and this is one such victory. According to The Advocate, after two years of construction, the Golden 1 Center, the new home of The Sacramento Kings, is making major waves in the *best* way, because it seems to be the very first major sports stadium with all-inclusive restrooms. It’s a step in the right direction toward a society that is more trans-inclusive, and we’re SO EXCITED. The team’s president, Chris Granger, told The Advocate, “It was the right thing to do.” And Granger couldn’t be more right! Like, mic drop. Trans people are people, and they’ve been tortured for far
Tim Tebow is making all kinds of news again, but not because of his religious beliefs, football abilities, or Skip Bayless’s obsession with him. Tebow, who hasn’t played organized baseball since he was in high school, has held workouts for teams in Major League Baseball in an effort to catch the attention of a minor league club and work his way toward a new career in a different professional sport. Tebow is a competitor at heart — and he wouldn’t be the first player to do it.
St. John’s has officially named Mitch Richmond, the NBA Hall of Famer who spent last season on the sidelines as a special assistant, to the four-man assistant coaching staff. St. John’s also promoted graduate assistant Luca Virgilio to assistant to the head coach. Virgilio, who studied economics and business administration in Italy, is credited with helping to make the contacts that allowed St. John’s to recruit many European players such as Federico Mussini and Richard Freudenberg. The program has also added Chris Huey as a graduate assistant; he was a video coordinator for the Santa Clara men’s basketball team. According to his bio, he has experience in video coordination and tracking statistical