The FGG invite you to take a new survey about your opinions and preferences, from an LGBT perspective. By doing so, you will be helping the Gay Games better understand LGBT participation in sport. The Federation have partnered with Community Marketing & Insights to produce the first ever survey of this scale that asks targeted questions about interest and participation in sport.
There’s power in our Pride! Participating in this study helps open doors-and minds-around the world, and influences positive changes for our communities. Previous surveys have yielded 45,000 respondents from 150 countries. You may have seen Community Marketing & Insights quoted in the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, etc.
As part of the agreement with CMI, in order to get access to the survey results they need at least 200 of you to take the survey.
Click here to start the survey, or paste the following into your browser:
It should take 10-12 minutes to complete.
Everyone who completes the survey by May 31, 2016 may opt to be entered into a drawing to win one of twenty US $50 cash prizes, or if you win, you can designate a charity to receive the $50.
Please forward this message to LGBT+ friends around the world who may be interested in participating. And please post it to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts!
Federation of Gay Games
Board of Directors
Gay Games 10 Paris 2018 will take place 04-12 August 2018. Registration opens May 2016. Further information can be found at https://www.paris2018.com/.
About the Federation of Gay Games
Built upon the principles of Participation, Inclusion, and Personal Best™ since 1982, the Federation of Gay Games exists to promote equality in sport and culture for all. The Gay Games was conceived by Dr. Tom Waddell, an Olympic decathlete, and was first held in San Francisco in 1982. Subsequent Gay Games were held in San Francisco (1986), Vancouver (1990), New York (1994), Amsterdam (1998), Sydney (2002), Chicago (2006), Cologne (2010), Cleveland+Akron (2014) and Gay Games 10 takes place in Paris 2018.
“Gay Games,” “Federation of Gay Games,” the interlocking circles device, and the phrase “Participation, Inclusion and Personal Best” are trademarks of the Federation of Gay Games, Inc. Trademarks are registered in the USA, Canada, Benelux, the UK, Germany, and Australia.