Featured events

7-9 September 2012
Brussels Games

Brussels Gay Sports will offer a weekend of fun and fairplay in the capital of Europe, with volleyball, swimming, badminton, and tennis, as well as fitness and hiking.

Learn more HERE.
26-28 October 2012
Bern, Switzerland

The success of the first edition of the QueergamesBern proved the need for an LGBT multisport event in Switzerland. This year will be even bigger, with badminton, bowling, running, walking, floorball.

Learn more HERE.
17-20 January 2013
Sin City Shootout
Las Vegas
The 7th Sin City Shootout will feature softball, ice hockey, tennis, wrestling, basketball, dodgeball, bodybuilding and basketball.

Learn more HERE.

13-16 June 2013
IGLFA Euro Cup
After this year's edition in Budapest at the EuroGames, the IGLFA Euro Cup heads to Dublin for 2013, hosted by the Dublin Devils and the Dublin Phoenix Tigers.

Learn more HERE.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Hateful homophobic tennis champion shocked that people don't like her hateful homophobia

Poor hateful homophobic Margaret... somehow the fact that some people express their opinion that she's a hateful homophobe after she expressed her hateful homophobic opinions is preventing her from expressing her hateful homophobia, which is particularly odd since it's giving her so many opportunities to be in the news to express more hate and more homophobia. Like here, in The Australian:

MARGARET Court has vowed to maintain her opposition to homosexuality and same-sex marriage, undeterred by gay activists planning to use next week's Australian Open tennis championships to protest against her views.

Court, Australia's greatest women's tennis player and a senior pastor at Perth's Victory Life Centre church, said she had never "run from anything" and expected Australian Open organisers to prevent next week's tournament from being hijacked by the gay rights agenda.

"Are they not wanting me to come to the Australian Open? Is that what they are trying to do? I don't run from anything," Court told The Australian yesterday.

"I have always been a champion and always loved what I do and love tennis. I think it is very sad they can bring it into that. It is hard that they can voice their opinions but I am not allowed to voice my opinion. There is something wrong somewhere.


The prospect of protesters flying rainbow flags next week at the court named after Court presents a dilemma for Australian Open organisers, who, as every year, have invited the winner of 62 grand slam titles as a guest of honour to the tournament. Tournament director Craig Tiley, while lauding Court's achievements, has said neither Tennis Australia nor the Women's Tennis Association shared her views

Keep reading (if you must) HERE.

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