Topics :: Johnny Weir
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By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Dec 3, 2013
Olympic skater Johnny Weir defends his anti-boycott stance concerning the 2014 Sochi Games, calling out ineffective activists, who he says will make it harder for LGBT Russians when the Olympics are over.
By Barry Wilner | Wednesday Oct 23, 2013
Known as much for his outrageous costumes and comments as his intriguing skating, Johnny Weir is leaving the ice for the broadcast booth.
Wednesday Sep 18, 2013
Three-time U.S. champion figure skater Johnny Weir will not be competing at the Sochi Olympics, likely bringing an end to his amateur career.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jul 29, 2013
According to the International Olympic Committee, athletes and fans will not be subjected to Russia’s highly controversial anti-gay "homosexual propaganda" law during the 2014 Winter Olympics, which will be held in Sochi, Russia.
By Alexander Vuocolo | Wednesday Feb 20, 2013
In an effort to keep Philly’s LGBT community connected throughout the winter months, PhillyPride organizers invite all to celebrate WinterPride on Feb. 22, where they will honor U.S. Figure Skating champion Johnny Weir.
By Megan Barnes | Wednesday Jun 8, 2011
LA Pride will honor gay and lesbian servicemembers at the 41st annual festival this weekend, while Johnny Weir, Margaret Cho, Sam Sparro and others are scheduled to take part.
Thursday Mar 31, 2011
Fashion designer Tadashi Shoji, who was born and raised in Sendai, Japan, and Olympic skater Johnny Weir have teamed up to create an inspiring T-shirt in support of relief efforts in Japan, with all proceeds going to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Tuesday Mar 16, 2010
Claims that Olympian Johnny Weir was not included in the "Stars on Ice" cast because of his sexual orientation are not true, the figure skating tour said.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Mar 12, 2010
Flamboyant figure skater Johnny Weir will not be included in the Stars in Ice Tour, a March 11 Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation blog posting said. The reason? Weir is "not family friendly."
By Nancy Armour | Thursday Feb 25, 2010
Broadcasters on French-language RDS who made derogatory comments about the American figure skater’s masculinity need to consider the impact their words will have on others, particularly impressionable youngsters, Johnny Weir said.
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