Tuesday, February 9, 2016

NFL accused of promoting homosexuality on the Super Bowl's audience

The Super Bowl’s halftime show, starring Coldplay, BeyoncĂ© and Bruno Mars, ended a wonderfully colourful performance promoting one message: "Believe In Love".

Anti-gay viewers have accused the NFL of trying to force the "gay agenda" on the audience.

Despite being praised by most viewers, some Twitter users expressed their annoyance at the set, before accusing the NFL of promoting homosexuality.

The colourful display used by Coldplay was in fact based on their latest album’s A Head Full of dreams artwork.

Watch the video below and decide for yourself.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Gareth's Story

Gareth Thomas: Never Alone tells the story of how the former Wales captain’s greatest fear wasn’t the opposition he faced on the pitch, but the fear of rejection from everything he had known, because of his sexuality. 

The film celebrates the courage of Gareth, and most importantly, the empathy shown by his teammates when he came out, showing that even when he felt he was on his own and at his lowest point, he was always part of a team.

Gareth and his boyfriend appeared 
on the cover of Attitude magazine