Unless you live on another planet, you will certainly have heard about the controversy surrounding the rainbow that was to decorate the Munich football stadium, the stage where Germany and Hungary face off at Euro 2020.
This action, supported by the mayor of Munich, is a symbol of the condemnation of the anti-LGBT law voted by the Hungarian parliament. Thanks to the football event, this outrageous decision is making headlines everywhere. Football can now begin to position itself as an inclusive sport. We proudly welcome the declaration of the Belgian football team, the Red Devils, and the words of one of the Belgian stars, Thomas Meunier.
We talked about homophobia in sport in our Podcast and we invite you to (re)listen to it!
Photo : @belgianreddevils
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