Million dollar gayby

Posted on 31 Aug 2012 at 8:30am

Queer boxing coach Jennifer Buck not only trains her female clients, she empowers them RICH LOPEZ  | Contributing Writer Most days, you can find Jennifer Buck riding a desk in the advertising department of Belo, a perfectly respectable office job in Corporate America. Which she’s fine with. But most nights, Buck is increasingly at a [...]

Magic Nike

Posted on 17 Aug 2012 at 8:15am

The Olympics may be over, but companies like Nike are finally taking notice of gays in sports   DAN WOOG  | Contributing Writer outfield@qsyndicate.com A few years ago, no one was talking about LGBT issues in sports. Now, everyone is. Suddenly, the “game that dared not speak its name” turned into a cacophony. Legit sports organizations [...]

Bull’s-eye!

Posted on 28 Jun 2012 at 11:33pm

Gay darter Song Yun hopes to start a tradition with his inaugural Darts Over Texas tourney For 20 years, Song Yun has toiled in the wilderness of dart enthusiasts. He loves the game and takes it seriously — not merely as a pastime to wile away drunken moments in a local pub, but a genuine [...]

Where to get your gay team sports fix

Posted on 28 Jun 2012 at 11:32pm

The Dallas Gay Basketball Association isn’t the only gay sports league with a summer schedule. Other sports organizations continue their seasons — a few even have major events along the way. Women’s football: Saturday may or may not be the last game of the season for the gay-inclusive and friendly Dallas Diamonds Football team, pictured. This [...]

A league of their own

Posted on 28 Jun 2012 at 11:31pm

The Dallas Gay Basketball Association is still the new kid on the sports block in a community already flush with sports and teams, but it’s filling a need this sports-crazed city has needed — even among the gays.

Say uncle

Posted on 28 Jun 2012 at 10:37pm

Lorenzo Guerra and nephew Ray Bustillos make volleyball a family affair   RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com Most 17-year-olds spend Friday nights on the summer before their senior year of high school hanging with friends, watching movies or attending pool parties. But Ray Bustillos isn’t like most teenagers. Bustillos kicks off his weekends on [...]

Playing with Fire

Posted on 28 Jun 2012 at 5:00pm

Danny Simpson gets his flame on as Olympic torchbearer STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com Like most gay men, Danny Simpson carries a torch for someone in his past. But unlike almost anyone else, he looks forward to carrying one in the future. And it allows him to cross an item off his bucket list. [...]

Howe & the why

Posted on 19 Apr 2012 at 6:10pm

Gay college coach Lisa Howe faced a choice: Her daughter or her job DAN WOOG  | Contributing Sports Writer Much of life is about being in the right place at the right time. For Lisa Howe, that meant, at age 25, being part of a group of young women who had grown up playing soccer. A [...]

Total drag

Posted on 19 Apr 2012 at 6:09pm

Jonah Villegas takes his first stab at female impersonation for charity RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer There’s a myth that every gay man should do drag once — at least, that’s what Jonah Villegas was led to believe. And he’s decided to take it to heart. “I may be gay and pretty feminine, but I [...]

Balls & bulls

Posted on 23 Feb 2012 at 5:00pm

2 gay sports groups have 2 big weekends planned — and you’re invited There will be no lack of action this weekend. No, this isn’t about a successful night of Grindr-ing. All the action will either go down on a court or off a horse. The Oak Lawn Tennis Association (OLTA) and the Texas Gay [...]