Spectator or Star Player—We can all Help End Bullying in Sports

Spectator or star player poster
Brock McGillis photo

Featuring professional hockey’s first player to come out as a gay man, former OHL player,

Brock McGillis

Spectator or star player poster

Thursday, April 25, 2019
6:30 – 9 p.m.

(meet & greet at 6:30 ~ panel at 7 p.m. ~ audience Q&A about 8 p.m.) 

Gossip Grill

1220 University Avenue

San Diego, California 92103

RSVP by email with your name and number of guests, plus any special needs to [email protected]

Featuring professional hockey’s only player to come out as a gay man, former OHLplayer, Brock McGillis, the forum will be streamed online in front of a live audience via Facebook Live at LGBTs In The News Facebook page, also here at lgbtsinthenews.com (stay tuned for streaming window) and at mosuniverse.com, as well as via Twitter @lgbtsinthenews. The audience-interactive conversation will focus on ways to end anti-LGBTQ bullying and all other types of bullying in sports where it begins: on playgrounds, in parks, at middle school and high school locker rooms, on athletic fields, on ice rinks, on soccer fields, basketball courts and anywhere young athletes and could-be athletes gather.

Co-headlining this important live event will be pro-golf and human-rights phenom, Maya Reddy.Also featured at the Thursday-evening panel at Gossip Grill in San Diego’s fabulous Hillcrest neighborhood as a prelude to a special game night with the San Diego Seals professional lacrosse team the following Saturday when LGBTQ fans are especially encouraged to attend, is celebrated trans-rights advocate and gifted gymnasts, Sam Moehlig. Don’t miss this very special engagement of LGBTs In The News, America’s best known LGBTQ live-forum panel series, this time presented by You Can Play, the SAG-AFTRA LGBT Actors Committee, and Dr. Bronner’s.

Visibility Partners: SAG-AFTRA LGBTQ Committee, You Can Play, Dr. Bronner’s

San Diego Diplomacy Council, San Diego Press Club, San Diego Gulls, The Lafayette Hotel, Top of the Bay and Trans Family Support Services

Media Partners:The Rage Monthly, The Blunt Post and WEHO Times


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