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
We regret that despite certain expectations, opening ceremony was not available on the CCE Sports Network livestream. They did provide a live blog, but we know that many were counting on video from the event. Until the last minute, discussions … 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
Register HERE now for Game Change 2014, one of the conferences to be held during Gay Games 9. 2014 Game Change Education Conference Game Change – an exploration of LGBTQ issues in sports and culture in the 21st Century Game Change … 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.
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
From ESPN.com a fascinating video: Fifteen years before Michael Sam made headlines, Corey Johnson, the captain of his high school football team, came out to his teammates and to his community north of Boston. See this Outsports story about Corey … Continue reading
A report from InsideTheGames.biz on a look at the challenges of hosting major sport events. Does an event like the Gay Games offer more potential for positive economic and social impact, without the burden imposed by megaevents like the Olympics? … Continue reading
In the group blog “Sport in American History”, Lindsay Pieper (home page here) has posted a long piece on gay men in US pro sport. Here’s the section on the Gay Games, but we encourage you to read the full … Continue reading
Our congratulations to Anna Aagenes, friend of the Gay Games, staffer for Gay Games Ambassador Brian Sims, and director of GO! Athletes, and our thanks for joining us in Cleveland+Akron, which means you won’t be at the presentation tonight in … Continue reading
Jason Ball writes of his experience coming out: I came out in 2012, I became the first Aussie Rules player at any level to do so. At the time I had no idea that it would make the splash that … Continue reading