Issue 35 – The Sports & Recreation Issue!
My Friend Phil
As Founder of Bursting Through, I’m on a mission to recycle hate into love through storytelling, activism, and the celebration of Queer/Straight relationships. Nothing exemplifies this more than this story of friendship called, My Friend Phil.
Letter from the Editor
Welcome to the Sports and Recreation issue of Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine. We are excited to celebrate some of the best and brightest in sports.
What’s 5’5”, 125 pounds and not to be messed with? How about the #1 ranked, bare knuckle fighter in the world, Las Vegas-based Christine Ferea? Affectionately known as the “Misfit” of the fighting world, Ferea is a force to be reckoned with.
Tell Your Coming Out Stories
You can change the lives of LGBTQ athletes simply by telling your story. If you’re an LGBTQ athlete, coach or sports administrator, and you’re ready to share, we’d love for you to tell your story on Outsports.
The Gay Games Return to Hong Kong in 2022
What is an all-inclusive event held every four years and is the stage for people from all over the world? Hint: It’s not the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Rather, it’s the Gay Games.
PRIDE Night with the Vegas Golden Knights
The Vegas Golden Knights, a Las Vegas PRIDE supporter and parade participant, are proud to host PRIDE Night during a select home game at T-Mobile Arena each season in conjunction with the NHL’s You Can Play initiative.
Recreational Sports Leagues Serving Southern Nevada
Check out some of these great sporting leagues serving the Las Vegas area of Southern Nevada!
BigHorn Rodeo Returning to Las Vegas in 2021
The Nevada Gay Rodeo Association (NGRA) is bringing the BigHorn Rodeo back to Las Vegas this year.
Plum on Point
Kelsey Plum of the Las Vegas Aces set her sights on Olympic gold for Team USA at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, AND delivered. Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine sat down with her for a fireside chat to talk about her rise to a world-class athlete, rehabbing a torn Achilles tendon, and balancing the demanding schedule of a professional athlete in the WNBA.
All About Pride Celebrations with Valley Sports Franchises
Las Vegas valley sporting franchises celebrate PRIDE with a variety of LGBTQ+ friendly events and in a variety of ways.
Kuma Health Club Las Vegas
Las Vegas has a new health club, Kuma, located in the fruit loop area (700 E. Naples Dr #107, Las Vegas, 89119) and within walking distance of Quadz, Free Zone and Piranha.
And the Rest is Just Drag
I will never forget it. Picture this, it’s 2008 and I am dancing the night away to some RuPaul song. There was this drag queen that I had my eye on because she was known for her impeccable lip sync, Tracy Savage.
San Francisco Pride
The last weekend in June brought us the first in-person Pride in San Francisco since 2019, and it was a marathon of incredible moments.
Health, Hope & Healing
Health, Hope & Healing LGBTQ+ Center of Southern [...]
Gay Tripping Down the Colorado River
Kayaking on the Colorado River is an experience that will bring you closer to nature and give you a sense of peace and wonderment.
OUT, Proud & Paying it Forward
On a scorching Monday during Pride month in late June, Carl Nassib, the Las Vegas Raider Defensive End came out as gay in an Instagram post.
Atomic City Football Club
Atomic City Football Club was created in Las Vegas by a group of inspired, passionate soccer coaches and leaders to provide a platform and avenue for the top female footballers to excel in the women’s game.