Governor Hickenlooper to meet with bid committee The Denver Outgames 2015 Bid Committee (DOBC) reports that the Governor for the State of Colorado, USA, John W. Hickenlooper, is helping welcome the site selection committee of the Gay and Lesbian International … Continue reading
From a report on Play the Game (h/t Zeljko Blace) on the political repression in Bahrain, and the lack of response of the IOC to the attacks on athletes: So the initial restraint soon came to an end, and the … Continue reading
From GayUKNews: Keen sportsmen and women from around the UK are being invited to put their skills to the test at a University of Nottingham tournament in support of a campaign to kick homophobia into touch both on and off … Continue reading
You know Brad Usselman as the Brad of “Walk the Road“. Now he’s supporting Changing the Game from GLSEN’s Sports Project as a Game Changer: My name is Brad Usselman. I compete in high school cross country and track. The … Continue reading
University of Minnesota kinesiology Ph.D. student, Austin Calhoun, examines representations of sexuality in sport and new media through researching family narratives in coaching bios. In this video, she discusses her work.
In his Bay Area Reporter column this week, Roger Brigham writes eloquently about a legal case that will soon be heard by a Federal judge, and a moral case that has gone on far too long. The Federation of Gay … Continue reading
Several months ago, the Canadian Olympic Committee announced that out Olympic gold-medal-winning swimmer Mark Tewksbury would be their chargé de mission for the 2012 Olympics. “To lead our Canadian Olympic team into London is an incredible privilege and honour. I … Continue reading
UPDATE: Full Mediapart exposé available in English HERE. FGG member FSGL has issued a press release on possible institutional racism in the French football federation, stating in particular:If these accusations prove true, this would constitute a grave attack on the … Continue reading