A place for all in sport. PrideHouseTO brings the 2015 Pan Am / ParaPan Am Games to Toronto's LGBTQ community and helps to make the games a welcoming place for LGBTQ people.Listen here for critical and entertaining discussions about inclusion in sport. Produced, hosted and mixed by Ellie Gordon-Moershel.
#10 The Story of Women's Baseball17/06/2015 Duração: 45min
History will be made at the Pan Am Games as women take to the baseball diamond for the first time ever at a multi-sport Games. Why did it take so long? The answer is complex and fascinating. This episode features interviews with women's baseball historians Marilyn Cohen and Jennifer Ring. Nicole Luchanski of Baseball Canada Women's National Team and former child player Sarah Buchanan talk about their experiences in baseball. For more information on PrideHouseTO visit pridehouseto.ca
#9 PHTO Café Series - Bodies in Sport03/06/2015 Duração: 01h36min
PrideHouse Toronto Café Series titled "Bodies in Sport." The conversation takes a deeper look at how sex and gender are visible and invisible in sport. Explored are the policies and practices of sex-segregation, sex and gender testing/verification and trans athlete inclusion that exist in sport and what meanings these practices reflect and create regarding sex and gender in sport. Guests include: Cassandra Lord - an Assistant Professor in Sexuality Studies, Women and Gender Studies Program, in the Department of Historical Studies at University of Toronto Mississauga (July 2015). Cassandra is interested in black diasporic queer culture, particularly how black queer life is lived, expressed and created. She is currently researching how black diasporic masculine-of-center women and gender non-conforming people in LGBTTQ communities, subvert and create streetwear fashion in Canada and the United States. Dr. Ian Ritchie - an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University in St. Catharin
#8 Interview with Elena Chou20/05/2015 Duração: 25min
Elena Chou is a sociologist. She researches issues of race, gender and pop culture. She’s also a big sports fan. In this interview Elena Chou talk about the treatment of female reporters and fans, queer athletes, gender based violence in professional sport and racism in international soccer. For more information on PrideHouseTO visit pridehouseto.ca