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Gay Games

Every four years since 1982, the Gay Games has set up in a city somewhere in the world to promote inclusion and diversity in athletics. Whether for synchronized swimming, table tennis, or squash, this event keeps promoting its values: diversity, respect, equality, sharing, and solidarity. While sports do carry the aura of an exclusive, masculine world, the Gay Games provides a vision of the world where dignity and inclusion are the cornerstones of athletics. So tune in the next Gay Games!

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