In the UK in the 1980’s the Fashanu Brothers were the golden boys of British soccer and Justin Fashanu would go on to be the first black player to command a £1 million transfer fee. However it was his younger brother John that became the media darling, whilst Justin’s life was the subject of … Continue reading
Greg Louganis is an American Hero. This openly gay Olympic Champion Diver is an unrelenting LGBTQ activist and a dedicated advocate of HIV awareness for which Equality Florida have give him their highest honor ‘The Voice for Equality Award’. He is also a disarmingly charming man and when we interviewed him from his home in California via Facetime after congratulating and talking about his work, the conversation also got personal.
Turkey is a Muslim country where being gay is not illegal anymore but it is still very much a taboo subject, and LGBT people risk a great deal by ‘coming out’ to family, friends and employers. There is the ever constant pressure on the need to curb their behavior less they get exposed and … Continue reading
The British Olympic Gold Medalist diver Chris Mears had no problem shedding his clothes for a photo shoot for the last ever issue of UK Sport Magazine. When asked why he was doing it Mears, who is straight, joked that his reason for stripping off for a gay mag was simple: to take on team-mate … Continue reading
Remember 1986 when men where men and women were …….. shall we just say, even tougher. Here’s clip of GLOW : The Story of The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling who were one fierce bunch of badass women. You can watch the whole award-winning documentary made in 2012 on Amazon …. that’s if you are not … Continue reading