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Eyes on New Saudi Owners of Footie Club

The United with Pride Group of LGBTQIA fans of Newcastle United have given a muted and cautious but optimistic welcome to the takeover of the football club by Saudi Arabian interests. A spokesperson for the group said that perhaps the presence of women players and directors, and of LGBTQIA people in the football world, would have an educational impact on the policies of the Kingdom, which has formally backed the takeover deal worth three hundred and five million pounds.

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Billie Jean King is Still Lesbian Icon

Album rock station Radio Caroline notes that it was on 20th September 1973, Billie Jean King became an icon for women's tennis by beating the male fifty five year old tennis legend Bobby Riggs in a match that had been described as the “Battle of

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Hopes Ride on 24 Out Athletes at Paralympics

Our colleagues at Trans Radio UK report that twenty four openly LGBTQIA athletes will be taking part in the forthcoming Paralympic Games. This is twice the number that took place in the last Olympics.

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Balding Heads Up Paralympic Coverage on CH4

Channel Four Television Networks including the station's subsidiary outlets E4 and More4, are the homes to the Tokyo Paralypic Games this late August.

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Games End for Huge Number of LGBTQ+ Athletes

The Olympic Games in Tokyo came to an end on Sunday evening, with a closing ceremony watched by millions via television and the Olympic flame was passed to Paris who will hold the games in 2024.

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There were tears and hugs of joy at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday as Tom Daley and Matty Lee


Gay Football supporting groups have been taking to social media to express their support for the England squad, who came extremely close to winning the European Football Championships


The BBC and other news sources have reported that New Zealander Laurel Hubbard will be the first ever transgender athlete to take part in the Olympics.


Martin Booth in the local newspaper B247 reports that there have been a mixed bag of feelings in women’s football in the lovely city of Bristol during the last few days.  On the same day that Brist


Welsh language magazine Golwg reports that football legend Gareth Bale has added his willingness to join

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