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Listed below is a worldwide news feed that shows the progress and challenges towards inclusion and acceptance within the sports world.

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Sydney Rangers And The Flying Bats Lace Up With Pride - Australia Gay News Network






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Rainbow Round Of Sport Returns - Australia Gay News Network






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People Would Yell Homophobic Slurs At Me: Ian Thorpe - Australia Gay News Network






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Manchester United Teams Up With Lgbt Rights Group Stonewall In Uk’S First Sports Partnership - Australia Gay News Network


Manchester United has become the first UK sports team to partner with gay rights organisation Stonewall. The most successful team in British football history has announced that they will work with the charity “to tackle LGBT issues in sport and society”. After joining in with Stonewall’s Rainbow...



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Feeling Sporty? Get Sweaty At Chillout 2017 - Australia Gay News Network


Yes, it’s time for ChillOut - the greatest gay getaway in the country, but it all doesn’t have to be about parties, eating out and spas, there’s plenty to do for the sports-minded among us too. The Nomads are back and their walking tours are a great way to start your Saturday mornings. Enjoy a r...



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Sydney Fc Set To Show Rainbow Pride Ahead Of Mardi Gras - Australia Gay News Network






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Sharing Stories The Key To Driving Change In Sport Says Greg Louganis - Australia Gay News Network






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Wanderers Ban Club Members For Homophobic Banner - Australia Gay News Network






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Make A Splash: Lgbtq Swim Club Wett Ones Host Bootcamp For New Swimmers - Australia Gay News Network


LGBTQ swimming club Wett Ones are holding a boot camp during the Mardi Gras Festival and everyone is welcome. Reg Domingo reports. Love the water but not sure how to get back in? In search of other gay and lesbian swimmers? Keen to improve your technique in a safe and inclusive environment? Or ju...




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Ffa Blasts Wanderers’ Fans For Homophobic Banner - Australia Gay News Network






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Crows Captain Talks About Her Wife And Their New Twins - Australia Gay News Network


AFLW Crows co-captain, Erin Phillips, has spoken out about being a mum and playing football. The new AFLW star whose wife, Tracy Gahan, gave birth to twins (Blake and Brooklyn) last November said becoming a mother is the best thing that has happened to her. Phillips and Gahan have been together...



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History Is Made As Women's Afl First Round Kicks Off - Australia Gay News Network


AFL history was made this weekend as the first round of AFL Women’s was played. The eight week season began on Friday night with Carlton taking on Collingwood at Ikon Park. Carlton dominated the game and took out the inaugural match with a convincing win. The final scores were 7-4-46, 1-5-11. T...



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Afl Ready For Openly Gay Player: Evans - Espn Homophobia News Stories


AFL football manager Mark Evans says the league is ready for an openly gay player to come out.



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Afl Ready For Openly Gay Player Says Mark Evans - Espn Homophobia News Stories


AFL football manager Mark Evans says the league is ready for an openly gay player to come out.



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Afl Ready For Openly Gay Player Says Mark Evans - Espn Homophobia News Stories


AFL football manager Mark Evans says the league is ready for an openly gay player to come out.



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Ufc Fighter Apologises For Anti Gay Slur - Australia Gay News Network






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Amanda Nunes: Ufc's First Openly Gay Champion - Australia Gay News Network






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Gay Athlete Tells Of Blackmailer Who Threatened To Out Him To Teammates - Australia Gay News Network


A gay athlete has come out and told his story about his fear of being outed by a blackmailer to his teammates. Bryson Jones’ story appeared in Outsports and has highlighted how entrenched homophobia still is in college athletics. Jones said while he was a college student at Mercer University in...



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Nz Radio Sports Commentator Describes Afl As ‘Bloody Gay’ - Australia Gay News Network


A NZ Radio Sport segment has created controversy after its hosts made derogatory remarks about Fijian rugby players, netball referees, and the AFL. The Spinoff published an article on Monday quoting host Mark Watson and regular guest Kieran Smyth making homophobic and racist remarks during the Ju...



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Adidas, Nike Team Up For Gay And Lesbian Soccer World Championship - Australia Gay News Network






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Lesbianism Ruining Women's Soccer Teams: Vice-President Claims - Australia Gay News Network


A Nigerian soccer vice-president has claimed that lesbians are having a negative influence on the country’s female soccer teams. Nigerian Football Federation vice-president Seyi Akinwunmi said: "Lesbianism kills teams. People are afraid to talk about it. The coaches also take advantage of the gi...



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Fury Still Under Fire For Homophobic, Sexist And Anti-Semitic Rant - Australia Gay News Network






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Baseball Team Raises $300,000 To Help Orlando Victims - Australia Gay News Network


A US baseball team has raised over $300,000 to support the victims of the Orlando shootings. The Tampa Bay Rays wore “We Are Orlando” t-shirts as they played against the San Francisco Giants this week. The game drew 40,000 people, the team’s largest regular season crowd in ten years and 100 per...



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On Soccer, Orlando, And Why Gestures Matter - Paste Magazine - Inclusion And Acceptance Za


Paste Magazine On Soccer, Orlando, And Why Gestures Matter Paste Magazine MLS and the NWSL have initiatives to reach out to LGBT fans and tamp down on homophobia , and while Don't Cross The Line has its problems, it's a significant improvement, both historically and compared to other curr...