Lis Bartlett’s debut feature documentary is an affectionate look back at how the legendary West Hollywood Swim Club started back in the early 1980’s and survived some both turbulent and very successful times to morph into being West Hollywood Aquatics Team – who also go by “WH2O”. These pioneer gay sportsmen first banded together to … Continue reading
The British Royal Family have traditionally always avoided public involvement with the LGBT community, although there is a whole raft of stories about behind the scenes at the Palace with the late Queen Mother being surrounded by a whole bevy of gay footmen and servants. The arrival of the 25-year-old Princess Diana, however, changed all that … Continue reading
Olympic Diving Champion Greg Louganis has never stopped making a splash all his life and in recent years it has been as an outstanding LGBT activist and an exemplary HIV awareness advocate for which Equality Florida have given him their highest honor THE VOICE FOR EQUALITY AWARD. We tracked him down to his home in California to talk about this …. and love and life too. He is a disarmingly charming man, but most of all he is an American Hero.
“The Equality Florida Broward gala where Greg will be accepting his Award takes place on Sunday, November 12. Click here for tickets and information.” http://www.eqfl.org/browardgala
There doesn’t seem to be a single week that goes by without yet more photos of Brit sportsmen prepared to strip naked for a ‘good cause’ and not just for our titillation. This time players from six gay rugby teams in the UK have lost both their underwear and their inhibitions to pose for … Continue reading
Identify is a stunning new series of five documentaries made by Vice Media and being broadcast on The Olympic Channel that features five transgender athletes through their journeys to their true identities. The first episode premiered on Wednesday, June 28 but still can be viewed On Demand and ob the channel’s own app. The athletes featured … Continue reading