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The Gay Games is a worldwide sport and cultural event that promotes acceptance of sexual diversity , featuring lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender LGBT athletes, artists and other individuals. Founded as the Gay Olympics , it was started in the United States in San Francisco, California , in , as the brainchild of Olympic decathlete Mexico City and medical doctor Tom Waddell , Rikki Streicher ,  and others,  whose goals were to promote the spirit of inclusion and participation, as well as to promote the pursuit of personal growth in a sporting event. Waddell wanted to recreate the Olympics' power to bring people of various different backgrounds together through the international language of sport, and the organizers of the first event strived to accommodate differences and achieve gender parity. It retains similarities with the Olympic Games , including the Gay Games flame which is lit at the opening ceremony.