Site Inspections to begin and final vote takes place in Paris October 2017 The 2022 Gay Games XI host city shortlist vote by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) General Assembly, took place 28 February, 2017, one year after the bid process was announced. The shortlisted host cities are Guadalajara (MEX), Hong Kong (CHN), and Washington, D.C. Site inspections […]
Welcome to the February 2017 issue of EILE Magazine! In our February issue, we feature US artists, Joseph Eid and Emerald Portal, and English singer/songwriter, the iconic Ray Davies. Brian Rochford writes on men’s fashion this month, and Lisa Reynolds reviews a trans documentary, Sam & Evan. We have worldwide travel and USA travel, and lots of […]
From August 4 to 8, 2018, Paris will host the 10th edition of the Gay Games, the largest sporting, cultural and festive event in the world open to all! 15,000 athletes from over 70 countries in Paris! Paris 2018 is preparing Games that will celebrate diversity, respect, equality, solidarity and sharing. With sport a common theme […]
The first ever LGBT International Powerlifting Championships are happening 28th, 29th, and 30th July 2017, in London. Up to 60 of the world’s strongest Lesbian, Gay, Bi Sexual and Trans athletes are expected to attend from all over the world, in what promises to be a very special occasion.
Speakers from the world of sport, both amateur and professional, will explore the issues and barriers that discourage LGBT women from participating in sport. This event will take place on April 15, 2017, from 10 am to 4 pm, in Brighton, UK. The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) aims to find ways to support and […]
George Best biopic Best (George Best: All By Himself) to premiere in Belfast and Dublin ahead of Irish cinema release on 24th February George Best remains one of the most naturally gifted footballers there has ever been. Famously called the ‘best player in the world’ by Pelé, Best galvanised Manchester United’s five-year recovery from the tragedy of […]
A UK Premier League player has apologised for homophobic remarks which he made four years ago, saying he is not the same person now, is not in the least bit homophobic, and has asked for forgiveness for the remarks on twitter. Andre Gray, a Burnley player, said he wanted to offer a “sincere and unreserved […]