The Russian Open Games have finally kicked off with Greg Louganis attending. However, the LGBT-inclusive sports festival has had to weather last-minute venue cancellations, a bomb threat, and threats from anti-LGBT politicians who urged the event to be shut down by the government.
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Delta Air Lines, Yelp, PetSmart and Mitt Romney have all released statements encouraging Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to veto Senate Bill 1062 which would give license to discriminate and refuse to do business with anyone, particularly LGBT people.
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Today was meant to be the start of the Russian LGBT Sport Federation's Open Games in Moscow, but just hours before the launch, the event is being met with cancellations from four sporting venues and the Hilton Hotel.