Thank-you Poppy. This film is very well done and allows a glimpse into a world where practice of self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of LGBT people produces Pride in yourself. San Francisco Fog Rugby Football Club (RFC), known as "The Fog", is a rugby union football club here in San Francisco. It is the first such team in the western U.S. established specifically to actively reach out to traditionally under-represented groups in rugby; such as people of color, gay men and women (though players who do not fit into these categories are not excluded). The club founded the Bingham Cup tournament in 2002 in honor of Fog player Mark Bingham, who died on Flight 93 in the 9/11 attacks on the United States, after trying to thwart the hijackers along with others on board. The men's side competes seasonally in Division III of the Northern California Rugby Football Union (NCRFU), a division of USA Rugby. It also competes in the International Gay Rugby Association and Board (IGRAB) season. Within IGRAB, the club competes every two years for the Bingham Cup, winning the first two tournaments in 2002 and 2004. Other tournaments the team competes in include Scrum by the Sea, Seattle Magnitude XVs, and the Wild West Rugby Fest.