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Red Card Homophobia Update

September 14, 2010

We would like to thank everyone for spreading the word about Red Card Homophobia. The numbers of subscribers to our Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr accounts keep rising. Please continue tweeting the hash-tag #redcardhomophobia and encouraging your followers, bloggers, and anyone else on Twitter to follow @RChomophobia.

Our project started when a large group of football fans in a much more lighthearted LiveJournal community decided we wanted to commit to promoting equality in the beautiful game, and we have since continued successfully gathering people who believe in this cause. Everyone behind the project has been thinking and talking about the best ways to move forward. Here’s what’s in store for Red Card Homophobia:

  • We will be launching our own website devoted to our cause. The website will include information about Red Card Homophobia, how to get involved, articles, current projects, and other resources for raising awareness.
  • We are looking for web designers. If you would like to help, contact us at redcardhomophobia (at) gmail (dot) com
  • Soon, we will start regularly posting blog posts about homophobia in football. Feel free to send any experiences, articles, or ideas to our email account.
  • Please visit our LiveJournal community where you can find more information on blog posts and how we are moving forward.

Thank you again for your support.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Marloes permalink
    September 21, 2010 3:52 pm

    I can’t wait until we have all this stuff sorted out so we can REALLY get busy. 😉
    Gratitude for everyone who is helping!

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