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Football Clubs Unite Against Homophobic Abuse

Radio Jackie reports that West Midlands Police are looking to make more arrests over homophobic chants heard during Wolves' win over Chelsea on Easter Saturday.  Both teams condemned the chants following the match.    Three men were arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and have been bailed while the police investigation continues.    In a statement, Chelsea branded "all forms of discriminatory behaviour totally unacceptable".

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Gay Rugby Championships in Birmingham

 In sports news, the independent newspaper B247 reports that the city's gay friendly rugby team, the Bristol Bisons, have celebrated a historic win over London based King's Cross Steelers to win the  International Gay Rugby’s  Southern Developmen

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Trans Sports Bar is Hypocritical

Educator and activist Schuyler Bailar writes for top LGBT+ newswire “Pink News” about the hypocrisy in the decision by World Athletics to bar trans women from competing in the Women’s Category at top level events.  For starters as even Lord Coe noted, there are no transwomen at a competitive athl

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Call for More Action on Bigotry in Football

The Daily Mirror says that football still has a major problem with homophobia, and that the generally hostile atmosphere in some stadiums is turning not just LGBT+ people, but also families and other minority groups off the game.

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All Blacks Rugby Star Comes Out to Applause

Campbell Johnstone, who played several games for New Zealand’s National Rugby Team in 2005, has become the first veteran of the team, known as the All Blacks, to come out as a gay man.

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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 s


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


The Guardian newspaper notes that the acclaimed French footballer Antoine Griezmann  has reiterated his long standing support for the LGBTQIA communities and women.


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 nationa


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 wor

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