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Have conversations about out LGBTQ athletes in the Bay Area changed since Jason Collins and Brittney Griner came out publicly? Since Giants pitcher Jeremy Affeldt apologized for his homophobic past?
How do intersections of race, class and gender impact the experiences of LGBTQ athletes?
In K-12 education, does Race to the Top include LGBTQ athletes?
And why do many people still question whether it is easier for women to come out than men?
Joining host David Onek and guests live on Monday evening at 7, on City Visions:
- Fawn Yacker — Director/Writer/Co-Producer , The Last Closet
- Robert McGarry — Educational Director, GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network), of which Changing the Game: The GLSEN Sports Project is a part
- Ilona Turner — Legal Director, Transgender Law Center
- Cyd Zeigler — Author and Co-Founder, Outsports.com
Producer: Lisa Denenmark
GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network)