Gays are Champions

Hayes, Christopher
March 2010
Outlook: Columbus;Mar2010, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p3
The article presents the author's insights about the weather in the Ohio Valley region. It notes how he is fascinated by the people's complaints about it, and by the diversity of weather patterns brought about by the seasonal changes. It also tackles his views about the 2010 Winter Olympics. Moreover, it offers information about the topics featured in the Queer & Sports issue of the publication "Outlook Columbus."


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