After Thomas Hitzlsperger revealed he was gay this week, Gainsborough Trinity winger Liam Davis hopes that coming out as a gay footballer will make others feel confident to do the same.
Homophobic bullying at all levels of Scottish sport has been revealed in a hard-hitting new study that calls for anti-bigotry laws to be used to help eradicate a “major problem”.
Stonewall today opens registration for its tenth annual Equality Walk, which takes place in Brighton on 5 May. The 10k Walk, supported by American Express, raises funds for Stonewall’s Education for All programme, which helps schools tackle homophobia and support lesbian, gay and bisexual young people.
After the great success of the event in 2015 the Pride Diversity Games take place in Brighton from Saturday July 23rd to Sunday July 24th. Whether it's a fun run or taking part in a football or golf tournament, there's plenty for everyone to do over the weekend. Oh and the social side of the event is fantastic too of course so a fantastic weekend is guaranteed.
Gay men in the UK have voted Liverpool's Steven Gerrard the' hottest player' in the Premier League after an online poll.
At last, photos en video (above) from the gay-inclusive, international rugby tournament, the Bingham Cup, held in Manchester June 1 – 3 (Great Britain’s Queen’s Diamond Jublee weekend), courtesy of the event’s top sponsor, dating site Gaydar.net.
The city is hoping its world-class sports facilities will clinch an ambitious bid.
A toolkit designed to stamp out homophobia in football is being launched last Wednesday by the TUC as part of a concerted action by unions and their allies.
Football v Homophobia has been supported by FARE to provide a small grants programme. The small grants are for grass roots clubs, fans’ groups and organisations wishing to undertake actions to recognise Football v Homophobia during February 2013.
Former England and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell believes football is not ready to accept openly gay players.