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1. Blatter sparks gay controversy - World Soccer

  • Author: worldsoccer.com
  • Updated: 2023-01-26
  • Rated: 76/100 ⭐ (2895 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 46/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Blatter sparks gay controversy
  • Matched Content: FIFA president Sepp Blatter has angered gay rights groups by suggesting that gay fans travelling to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar should 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Sabrina Con

2. World Cup Fans in Qatar Wearing Rainbow Colors Face Harassment

  • Author: wsj.com
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 78/100 ⭐ (2481 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 54/100 ⭐
  • Summary: World Cup Fans in Qatar Wearing Rainbow Colors Face Harassment
  • Matched Content: DOHA, Qatar—World Cup fans wearing the rainbow, a symbol of gay pride and rights, have faced harassment in Qatar despite assurances by FIFA 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Inna Fransen

3. LGBTQ+ groups hold World Cup concerns after Qatar consider

  • Author: mirror.co.uk
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 87/100 ⭐ (5573 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: LGBTQ+ groups hold World Cup concerns after Qatar consider
  • Matched Content: LGBTQ+ groups hold World Cup concerns after Qatar consider using spies to arrest gay fans LGBTQ+ supporters remain unconvinced that they will 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Margalit Gratianna

4. Ahead Of World Cup, Homophobic Cartoons In Qatari State Dailies

  • Author: memri.org
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 87/100 ⭐ (8144 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Ahead Of World Cup, Homophobic Cartoons In Qatari State Dailies
  • Matched Content: Ahead of the 2022 World Cup, homophobic content has continued to express apprehension about gay fans visiting Qatar for the games, 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Marielle Gregorio

5. Qatar has taken 'real steps' for safety of gay fans, says foreign - BBC

  • Author: bbc.com
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 79/100 ⭐ (4751 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 66/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Qatar has taken 'real steps' for safety of gay fans, says foreign
  • Matched Content: Qatar has taken "real steps" to ensure the safety of gay fans attending the World Cup, Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has said.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Jeniece Fuld

6. Qatar World Cup, alcohol and gays

  • Author: thecable.ng
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 87/100 ⭐ (4943 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Qatar World Cup, alcohol and gays
  • Matched Content: Qatar says only vaccinated fans will be allowed at World Cup 2022 in the Arab world, LGBTQIA+, an abbreviation for lesbian, gay, 
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  • Edited by: Lynnet Googins

7. Boycott Qatar World Cup? LGBTQ football experts on hard choice

  • Author: thepinknews.com
  • Updated: 2023-01-21
  • Rated: 68/100 ⭐ (6615 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 66/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Boycott Qatar World Cup? LGBTQ football experts on hard choice
  • Matched Content: Should LGBTQ+ football fans boycott the Qatar World Cup? A gay football reporter and fans explain their stance.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Deane Emyle

8. Qatar took 'steps' to protect LGBT World Cup fans, says - Metro UK

  • Author: metro.co.uk
  • Updated: 2022-12-20
  • Rated: 88/100 ⭐ (9895 votes)
  • High rate: 88/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 55/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Qatar took 'steps' to protect LGBT World Cup fans, says
  • Matched Content: Qatar has taken 'real steps' to protect LGBTQ+ World Cup fans, says James. James Cleverly is convinced Qatar is working on the issue of gay 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Lauretta Brunhilda

9. British minister tells gay World Cup fans to 'be respectful'

  • Author: japantoday.com
  • Updated: 2022-12-19
  • Rated: 86/100 ⭐ (6972 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 66/100 ⭐
  • Summary: British minister tells gay World Cup fans to 'be respectful'
  • Matched Content: British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly faced criticism Wednesday after telling gay soccer fans heading to the World Cup in Qatar that they 
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  • Edited by: Kristel Brocky

10. Outrage as Qatar World Cup ambassador says being gay - The Sun

  • Author: thesun.co.uk
  • Updated: 2022-12-09
  • Rated: 77/100 ⭐ (8864 votes)
  • High rate: 77/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Outrage as Qatar World Cup ambassador says being gay
  • Matched Content: Outrage as Qatar World Cup ambassador says being gay is 'damage in the mind' as homosexual fans could face execution A QATAR World Cup 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Jeanie Fruin

11. James Cleverly says he will attend World Cup in Qatar after telling

  • Author: the-sun.com
  • Updated: 2022-12-03
  • Rated: 77/100 ⭐ (1747 votes)
  • High rate: 77/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: James Cleverly says he will attend World Cup in Qatar after telling
  • Matched Content: FOREIGN Secretary James Cleverly has confirmed he will attend the World Cup in Qatar - as he defended telling gay fans to be "respectful".
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Nertie Chellman

12. Qatar welcomes transgender and gay fans to 2022 FIFA World Cup

  • Author: thefederal.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-28
  • Rated: 79/100 ⭐ (2276 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 44/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Qatar welcomes transgender and gay fans to 2022 FIFA World Cup
  • Matched Content: 2022 FIFA World Cup, Transgender and gay fans, Qatar, Homosexuality, Nasser al Security personnel in Qatar is going through special training 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Vina Danialah

13. Blinken calls FIFA's "One Love" armband ban "concerning" as

  • Author: cbsnews.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-28
  • Rated: 88/100 ⭐ (7383 votes)
  • High rate: 88/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 66/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Blinken calls FIFA's "One Love" armband ban "concerning" as
  • Matched Content: The ruler of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, has insisted that everyone is welcome at the World Cup, including gay soccer fans.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Pauletta Chuck

14. Gay player scared to play, hotels not allowing same-sex couples

  • Author: dailyo.in
  • Updated: 2022-10-17
  • Rated: 99/100 ⭐ (6851 votes)
  • High rate: 99/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 46/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Gay player scared to play, hotels not allowing same
  • Matched Content: The upcoming FIFA World Cup is set to take place in Qatar from gay fans and Australian footballer Josh Cavallo have their concerns.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Shirl Holmun