New Web Series: “Passion Power Performance”

Join four out LGBTQ+ athletes as they prepare — mentally, physically, and emotionally — for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. “Passion Power Performance” is a co-production between Procter & Gamble and the It Gets Better Project.


Meet Chelsea Wolfe

Chelsea thought a “trans girl like her” could never be a professional BMX rider. See how she proved herself wrong, found a supportive community in the BMX world, and is setting her sights on Tokyo to be the first trans BMX rider to compete in The Olympics.


Meet Courtney Ryan

Sports have always been part of Courtney’s life – and that didn’t change after she became paraplegic. With the support of her sister, she came out, is changing perceptions of disability, and is training to play wheelchair basketball for Team USA at the Paralympic Games!


Meet Michael Gunning

It took hard work and dedication to train for Michael’s journey. Watch how Michael handles being an out role model and competitive swimmer while living at the intersection of being Black and gay.


Meet Izzy Cerullo

Izzy went from being unsure about her identity to being an out and proud rugby player representing Brazil in The Olympics (and she even got engaged on the field). Now, she’s setting her sights on a second round in Tokyo!

Bonus Content


Meet Tom Daley

As part of P&G’s Good is Gold series, meet two-time Olympic medalist, husband and father Tom Daley as he prepares for a return to The Olympics.


Passion Power Performance

Download our official EduGuide for Passion Power Performance. Our guide will walk you through each episode in the series, asking you to think critically about the stories you watch. It’s intended for young adults (YA) ages 14+