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Question over Axing of TV Documentary

Pink News reports that the BBC have mysteriously dropped plans for a documentary for television by Olympic gay hero Tom Daley and his husband Dustin Lance Black on their journey to parenthood via surrogacy. The couple, who now have a loving family but say that they would like to make it even larger, have made several documentaries for the BBC. Whilst the public service broadcaster said that the programme could not be made due to Mr Daley’s training commitments, some television insiders have apparently said that the decision is “unusual”.

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Local Football Supporters Resist Qatar's Hate

In sports news, Bristol 247 reports that two local hostelries have received nothing but support from their regular customers after electing to take practical steps to portest the oppression of many groups of people including women and LGBTQIA folks, by the World Cup host state, Qatar.  Wiper and

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Football Hero Griezmann Supports LGBT Folks

The Guardian newspaper notes that the acclaimed French footballer Antoine Griezmann  has reiterated his long standing support for the LGBTQIA communities and women. Mr Griezmann remarked on the recent World Cup in Qatar, “It doesn’t matter where I am, that community will always have my support.

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Keeping Up the Resistance to the World Cup

Many people are taking a stand over the World Cup in Qatar, as the extent of FIFA’s corruption becomes clearer.  German media has reported that the wealthy football body has been compelling national teams to abandon wearing pro-diversity emblems on their sports kit.  One lifelong football fan and

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Praise for BBC Expose of Qatari Rights Abuses

The BBC has earned praise from across the political spectrum, and from human rights and LGBTQIA advocacy organisations, as its coverage of the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar, in the words of the Guardian newspaper “comprehensively trashed” the World Cup.  The network joined other publ

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Gay magazine GScene reports that the LGBTQIA and allied network within West Midlands football club Aston Villa has polled its members on the World Cup in Qatar – a repressive state with little demo


Lesbian television sports host Clare Balding will be presenting the 2022 BT Sport Action Woman of the Year Awards on Wednesday 16th November, on the BT Sports Main Channel.


Gay charity and lobbyists Stonewall are inviting all members of the LGBTQIA+ communities and allies to stand together to create a “virtual stadium” for civil and human rights, to stand in contrast


Football pundit Gary Neville was criticised during his stint as guest presenter of the BBC satirical programme “Have I Got News for You”.


Sam Taylor and Sue Taylor-Franklin, the powerlifters who are said to be “Britain’s strongest lesbian couple” have given a lengthy interview to LGBTQ+ top newswire Pink News.

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