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Robbie de Santos, Head of Campaigns at Stonewall, said: Referees get a lot of stick for a number of reasons but their sexual orientation cannot be one of them. I'd like players to challenge homophobic abuse on social media, and educate themselves on language that can be discriminatory or offensive. There are those who would argue that it's almost a gimmick to have a week-long campaign like this in November, but there's so much work happening within football governing bodies, all backed by Stonewall - the charity that runs Rainbow Laces - and also TeamPride, which is a group of businesses and organisations such as Sky Sports which supports the campaign. Atkin was an assistant referee in the Football League before focusing on the main Referee career path. I felt she was missing out on so much that I wanted to share - I was basically lying to her by omission and she deserved better. This year has seen further developments from the football world, such as a large increase in the number of LGBT fan groups at clubs, rainbow corner flags at EFL matches, the Premier League signing up to a three-year partnership with Stonewall, and more companies joining TeamPride.

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The biggest challenge I might face in the future as an openly gay referee would potentially be dealing with homophobia that could come from players, spectators and possibly even refereeing colleagues, though so far I have found officials within football to be very open-minded.

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Ryan Atkin becomes first openly gay professional official in English football

Referees and Rainbow Laces A gay footballer's story 'Toon rainbow flag shows we're United' 'Players can help highlight abuse'. Ref Ryan Atkin on being gay in football. This year has seen further developments from the football world, such as a large increase in the number of LGBT fan groups at clubs, rainbow corner flags at EFL matches, the Premier League signing up to a three-year partnership with Stonewall, and more companies joining TeamPride. Click here to read Ryan Atkin's interview with Sky Sports in full. I felt she was missing out on so much that I wanted to share - I was basically lying to her by omission and she deserved better. The FA, the Premier League and the EFL are among the organisations supporting Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaignwhich is raising awareness across sport of anti-LGBT language and behaviour that makes gay, bi and trans people feel unwelcome and unsafe.

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Atkin is undertaking fourth official duties in the EFL and National Leagues this season and taking charge of matches himself in the North and South divisions of the National League, as well as levels below that. You can change the game and culture when you change your mind. Watch Ryan Atkin explain to Sky Sports News' Mark McAdam why it's the right time for him to speak publicly about being a gay man working in professional football. You can change the game and culture by changing your mind. Atkin was an assistant referee in the Football League before focusing on the main Referee career path.

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