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Friends Without Borders

Global Volunteers and SAGE offer LGBT-friendly experiences for LGBT volunteers of all ages.
GLOBAL VOLUNTEERS

Just imagine! Mae-Dell Lacy, 87, has been to every single place in the world that has piqued her interest. “I have always made sure to go all the places I have wanted to go”, says Lacy, about her lifetime of world travel.

Now, people young and old can see the remote corners of the world together, bridge the age gap, and help communities in need, thanks to a new program forged by two great organizations—SAGE and Global Volunteers. SAGE is the nation’s largest organization providing advocacy and services to LGBT elders.

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This issue, we chose basketball champion Sue Bird of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm as our cover girl. This newly out, four-time Olympic gold medal winner is a lesson in strength, persistence, and humility. I hope you enjoy Lucy J. Madison’s excellent interview on page 62. And if Sue Bird isn’t enough to inspire you to support your favorite team or athlete, be sure to go see Battle of the Sexes, starring Emma Stone, when it is released nationally on September 22. Battle of the Sexes is about the famous tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. King and Riggs played in the Houston Astrodome, and the match was nationally televised in 1973, long before ESPN and the Tennis Channel