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When sport features strongly in someone's life, so might that form part of their personal connections to Pride.Increasingly, professional sports are recognising this, and helping to provide a platform to mark it.As it’s #Pride In London this coming Saturday we’ve been speaking to some of our members about why #Pride Matters to them. #Pride In Charlton #CAFCfamily pic.twitter.com/s Wqlr MGGc U— Charlton Invicta FC (@Charlton Invicta) July 5, 2018."We're all different, and we should all show support for one another.
For Invicta player-manager Gary Ginnaw, it will be "a day of celebration" for Charlton and a milestone in his own journey within football."I want everyone to believe they can make it to the NBA.If they can compete at my level, that's what I'm standing for - incorporating LGBT into sports."Yet for the Pistons forward, Pride also has a deeper, personal meaning.For Bullock, the devastating loss of his sister and the hope of a better tomorrow for trans and LGB people in both sports and society brought him to step aboard with the NBA.Ryan O'Callaghan, the former New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs tackle, was guest of honour on the NFL float at New York Pride, having described his long struggle as a closeted gay man in American football in an interview with the website interviewee, was with the MLB on the route from Greenwich Village to Fifth Avenue, while the NHL float featured Harrison Browne, a trans man who played two seasons in women's pro ice hockey (NWHL) before retiring in April in order to transition physically - a journey he has documented on social media.