On Sunday 10 August, at Dancin’, the fundraiser for the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland that opened the Festival Village at Gay Games 9, Carlin Yetts, made the announcement below about the launch of sport.hiv, an important new initiative from … Continue reading
People are taking great photos at Gay Games 9. You can share them to be viewed and used to help promote future Gay Games. All you need to do is email your photos as attachments to our SmugMug account: firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading
Gay Games 9 provides final push for historic survey on homophobia in sport “Out on the Fields” receives support from Michael Sam to round out responses from US LGBT athletes (San Francisco – 8 August 2014) 8 August 2014 – Gay … Continue reading
INTER-DISCIPLINARY.NET A Global Network for Dynamic Research and Publishing The Federation of Gay Games will be presenting at a workshop held this Tuesday 2 September 2014 at Mansfield College, Oxford. Leviathen Hendricks, recently elected as FGG Officer for International Development, will be … Continue reading
Reprinted from Cleveland.com By Tom Nobbe, Executive Director of Gay Games 9. CLEVELAND, Ohio — The venues are quiet. Festival Village has reverted to a field of green. The participants have returned home. The volunteers have gone back to their … Continue reading
Reprinted from Cleveland.com Nothing happened last week except . . . THE GREATEST PARTY EVER IN THE HISTORY OF CLEVELAND! Well, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but the city was electric – abuzz with sinewy men and … Continue reading
Here is a partial list of some of the events planned by our member organizations in the coming months and years: ASANA (women’s softball) ASANA Series Annual asanaseries.com Next edition: 13-18 October 2014 Las Vegas, NV, USA —————————————————- EGLSF … Continue reading
In a land of 10,000 Minnesota choirs, One Voice Mixed Chorus stands out and sings out! Vibrant voices. A passion for justice and music-making. Join this award-winning LGBT chorus on the road as their music transforms communities in this tpt MN co-production.
Original Broadcast: 11/17/2013
Length: 26 minutes, 40 seconds.