It was interesting to read the results of the latest government survey of sport participation in the UK. The numbers aren’t good – in the last six months over 200,000 people have stopped regularly taking part in sport or exercise of some kind. From a government perspective there’s obviously a bottom-line impact with results like 

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One of the biggest stories in the world’s media in recent weeks has been the release of the Vanity Fair cover featuring Caitlyn Jenner (the former-Olympian previously known as Bruce Jenner). Caitlyn is an example of someone with gender dysphoria – where a person’s biological sex doesn’t match with their gender identity. Understandably, this mismatch between 

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In 2012 the UK’s Football Association launched a plan to make football more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people. The plan included a range of initiatives to tackle homophobia and encourage people to enjoy and be involved in football regardless of their sexuality. With no openly gay footballers currently in the top divisions 

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