Health & Fitness

FGG sponsors first-ever NFL ‘Inclusion Party’ on eve of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis

FGG sponsors first-ever NFL ‘Inclusion Party’ on eve of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis

Returning to Minneapolis for the first time since the FGG Board held its mid-year meeting there in 2017, FGG Co-President Sean Fitzgerald and former Co-President Kurt Dahl attended the inaugural Super Bowl Inclusion Party, hosted by National Football Alumnus and Gay Games Ambassador Esera Tuaolo. Held on 31 January, over 500 diverse community members gathered, and […]

Girl power walkers wanted for Kerry adventure

Girl power walkers wanted for Kerry adventure

Groups of female friends with walking boots are being sought for an inspirational three-day adventure in the Dingle Peninsula, where the fun will help raise vital funds for butterfly skin charity, Debra Ireland. Running from May 18th to 20th, Debra’s Kerry Challenge includes three days of trekking though the beautiful Dingle Peninsula (up to 25km […]

Philippines: App To Help Fight HIV

Inspired by the mobile game Pokemon Go, campaigners in the Philippines are using a smartphone app to send users to locations with condom dispensers, in a bid to promote safe sex and break stigma to fight a worsening HIV epidemic. The Philippines has registered the fastest-growing HIV/AIDS epidemic in Asia-Pacific, according to the United Nations, […]

Fed. of Gay Games & Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 Sign Official Licence Agreement

Fed. of Gay Games & Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 Sign Official Licence Agreement

The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) and Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 organizers have officially signed the licence agreement finalizing the agreement between the FGG (International governing organization) and Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 (Local host organization). On 12 August 2018, at the Closing Ceremony of Gay Games 10 Paris, the ceremonial Gay Games flag will be passed […]

Ageing Gambians seek justice over ex-leader’s fake AIDS cure

Ageing Gambians seek justice over ex-leader’s fake AIDS cure

Some 9,000 Gambians were forced to give up conventional medicine in favour of ex-president’s homemade cures The president had found a cure for AIDS. That was the news that reached Ousman Sowe, the head of a Gambian AIDS support network, one day in 2007. He was overjoyed.

Out Now! EILE Magazine’s January Edition FREE To Read Or Download!

Out Now! EILE Magazine’s January Edition FREE To Read Or Download!

Welcome to the January 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! This month, we have an interview with Tom O’Connor of Dublin Bears about Béar Féile, and the current Mr Bear Ireland, Eoin Dolan. We also have a great article from Paul Dowling about the experiences of the Irish LGBTI diaspora. Our musical guests this month are No No Yeah […]

India: Police extortion of trans sex workers increases HIV risk – study

India: Police extortion of trans sex workers increases HIV risk – study

(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Police in India routinely extort female transgender sex workers, which pressures them to earn more by engaging in unsafe sex that increases the risk of disease, researchers say. Gender minorities need more protection and police need sensitivity training, said a report by the Chennai-based Centre for Sexuality and Health Research and […]