2月25日，英国格拉斯哥电影节(GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL)官网发布消息称，史上首支同性恋橄榄球队国王钢人队(King's Cross Steelers)的同名纪录片将在电影节首次亮相，该片将挑战传统观念中对于性、性别和男子气概的认知。
On February 25, the British Glasgow Film Festival (GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL) official website announced that the documentary of the same name of the first gay rugby team in history, King's Cross Steelers, will make its debut at the festival. The film will challenge traditional ideas. Cognition of sex, gender, and masculinity.
The Steelers were established in 1995 at the height of the global AIDS outbreak. Many people believed that homosexuals were too weak to hold football. The Steelers specifically accepted gay players who were excluded from the sports circle at the time, hoping to give them opportunities to participate in sports. According to the director of the film, most team members have suffered discrimination and bullying because of their sexual orientation, including himself. In the documentary, the current members of the team have expressed that they have found a sense of belonging in this team, and even their psychology has been redeemed.