Two men in tight fitting lycra, roll back and fourth... back and fourth... back... and fourth to Human League's "Don't you want me baby" the most lovelorn song of the 80s, sung by Philip Oakey (who is not gay, not that he'd care if you thought he was). The tagline: "The games have always been a little gay" signs off from the Canadian Institute of diversity and inclusion.
So, in conclusion: men in lycra who work closely together set to 80s pop tunes is gay, and you straight people doing it should stop it right now. No? That's not the conclusion? Sorry, I misunderstood.

It should be called The Canadian Institute of Gay Stereotypes.

The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion / Institut canadien de la diversité et d'inclusion

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