America’s Finest Kickball League (Boston Chapter) has opened registrations for their spring season, which will begin on Sunday, April 29th. All are welcome to join the free pick up game the week before on Sunday, April 22nd at Moakley Park in Dorchester at 11AM – just be sure to RSVP, here.
America’s Finest Kickball League – Boston (Spring Registration)
The spring season starts on April 29th and runs through July 15th and all are welcome – join with friends or on your own. Registration is only $75 until Thursday, March 22nd, but after that their “Early Bird Special” ends and registration is $85. America’s Finest Kickball League is looking to close their spring season registration by April 16th so don’t delay.
If this sounds like something you’d like to try, I encourage you to reach out to America’s Finest Kickball League. You can learn more about them by visiting them online at gaykickball.com/boston or by liking their Facebook page, America’s Finest Kickball – Boston.
I want to feature the LGBTQ groups and organizations that help people connect and enrich Boston’s gay life. If you’d like to have your club / team featured, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or via FB messenger.
Much thanks to Giants, Cowboys, Football, Rugby & Life blog for this posting great photo. Hopefully the caption I’ve shared below inspires you to offer up a caption or two of your own.
“That’s more than a handful“
Hopefully the caption I’ve shared below inspires you to offer up a caption or two of your own. Leave a witty or funny caption as a comment for this post, and I’ll approve it for readers to enjoy.
In case you didn’t realize, each Tuesday I’m featuring a different LGBTQ club or organization to encourage people to come together and interact. This week I wanted to feature a relative newcomer to the area, Stonewall Sports, which opened a Boston chapter last year and now runs Billiards and Dodgeball leagues that happen to be accepting registrations for their spring season.
Click Here For More Info & To Register
Registration for Billiards closes Monday, January 22nd
Registration for Dodgeball closes Tuesday, January 30th
Billiards teams meet each Monday at Scholars in Downtown Crossing from 7:30pm-10:30pm from February 12 – April 2, 2018.
Dodgeball games are on Saturday afternoons in the South End from 2:00pm-5:00pm, from March 3 – April 28, 2018.Many use the New Year as an opportunity to make resolutions. A common resolution is to be more active and meet people, but that can be difficult for gay men in Boston. Starting in 2018, I want to feature the LGBTQ groups and organizations that help people connect and enrich Boston’s gay life.
If you’d like to have your club / team featured, please email me at email@example.com or via FB messenger.
Hopefully the caption below inspires you to share a caption or two of your own. Bonus points to anyone who can make me laugh with their caption.
Hugs not drugs
Are you and your friends planning a Yankee Swap or Secret Santa? Do you have a friend who is tough to buy for and you can’t spend a lot of money? Why don’t you consider the Warwick Rowers 2018 calendar?
At just under £10 you really only have to worry about ordering it in time to get here before your holiday party or gift swap.
For those who may be unfamiliar with the male rowers at the University of Warwick Boat Club, these men have been creating & selling calendars since 2009. Proceeds raised from the sale of their calendars, videos etc go to
- Promote positive, inclusive and respectful attitudes towards people of all genders and sexualities through the content that they create
- Fund university rowing and particularly to make rowing more accessible to a wider number of students
- Ongoing development of Sport Allies, a registered charity with a mission to promote sport, and particularly team sport, as an inclusive and supportive route to personal growth for everyone
If none of that really matters, it doesn’t hurt that each year the young men are so damn good looking in that ‘guy-next-door’ sort of way. For their more revealing photos you’ll have to check them out online or better yet peruse their many products for sale, here.
I wanted to highlight an article about body image and feeling comfortable in your own skin after reading an article earlier this month on the OUT Sports blog which featured former Red Sox outfielder and the next manager of the professional baseball team, Philadelphia Phillies.
Gabe “The Babe” Kapler (as I often referred to him) was featured in the blog’s post, Why new Phillies manager Gabe Kapler was important to gay male sports fans. While I don’t know if I agree with all their points, I do agree that Gabe has an amazing body and has always been happy to pose shirtless. In an age where athletes continue to train to build endurance and avoid injury, Kapler was the rare professional baseball player with a great physique who liked to show it off. While he is happily married with two teenage children, if my memory serves me correct he was a great advocate for his wife when she spoke out about domestic violence (something she had to contend with in a previous relationship) in addition to being socially accepting of LGBTQ issues.