Pride House at the Olympic games

Pride House London for the 2012 OlympicsBY RYAN COLLETTE

After a cancellation scare from lack of funding, the Pride House 2012 is now firmly a part of the 2012 Olympic Games. After making its successful debut during the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010, the Pride House is a temporary space built especially for LGBT athletes and spectators.

The House seeks to, “celebrate sport for all while bringing together all members and friends of the worldwide LGBT community,” according to the organization’s website. As a venue, the House will hold live broadcasts of Olympic events, panel discussions, and exhibitions showcasing the legacy of homosexuality in sports.


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