The Federation of Gay Games
The Gay Games is a worldwide sports and cultural event; similar
to the Olympics, the games take place every 4 years. The games
are open to everyone regardless of sexual orientation, gender,
race, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, political belief,
physical ability, even athletic/artistic ability. There's hope
for all of us couch potatoes! Check your calendar, you might
consider planning for the 2006 Gay Games! They'll happen in Chicago,
IL between July 15-22 .
The World Out Games hosts their 1st competition in Montreal,
Canada, July 2006.
Gay & Lesbian Athletics Foundation
GLAF is a non-profit organization fostering the visibility of LGBT
If you're looking to spend time outside with Mother or Father Nature
hiking, camping, biking, climbing, etc. this is a great site for
you. The Gay Outdoors.com website is in affiliation with Gay Outdoors
clubs across the U.S. Loads of information here to help you find
friendly campsites, hiking trails, groups going on hikes, etc.
Another great site for information on all sorts of sports related
An affiliation of GLBT running/walking clubs that have been organized
in many of larger cities around the world. The use of the name Frontrunners
comes from the novel by Patricia Nell Warren
International Gay Outdoors
A great site with a lot of depth on many sports. With over 5,000
pages, there has to be something on this site of interest!
International Gay Rodeo Association
The IGRA is an umbrella organization for 22 gay & lesbian rodeo
associations across the US and Canada. The Association fosters the
sport of Rodeo and Country Western activities.
Center for Lesiban Rights' Homophobia in Sports Project
The NCLR's Homophobia in Sports Project attempts to help people
dealing with such issues. You'll find resources to help you deal
with homophobia in sports here.
What a great site! Everything you'd want to know about organized
sports with a gay interest.
Project to Eliminate Homophobia
An advocacy & education site sponsored by the NCAA, GLSEN, MS
Foundation and others.
Sexual Minorities in Atheletics
SMIA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting student
welfare by advancing the enfranchisement of gay, lesbian, bisexual,
transsexual, and allied (GLBTA) athletes.
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More interesting sites you might want to try.
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