The marriage equality referendum is on its way, and the only way you can have a say is if you’re registered to vote. The YES Equality campaign has published a simple step-by-step guide on how to register. Read on for the how-to!
Yes, we did warn everyone on Monday that the positive change in Catholic teaching wasn’t really a thing – BUT we think that overall, this week has been a pretty good week for your average queerbian. Why? Behold..!
Dublin gays, you have nothing to fear! Happy days are here for The George and The Dragon, two of four Dublin drinking dens which have been bought by a consortium of investors. The good times are here to stay! (We hope.)
Last year, when MTV announced that they were airing a series about two highschool girls who pretend to be gay so they’ll be popular, I cringed. I more than cringed. I was upset. This was going to be a stereotype-filled debacle, I was sure. But no, not at all.
Despite many reports to the contrary, this afternoon’s bulletin from the Vatican’s Holy See Press Office signals no change in Roman Catholic doctrine concerning same-sex relationships. “Moral problems” remain “connected to homosexual unions,” so says the church.
Finally. Someone in parliament has said what I’ve been carping about for years: that an amendment to the Civil Registration Act 2004 is all that is required to introduce marriage equality in Ireland. No referendum needed. Step forward, Michael McNamara, TD.
On 14th October next, catch The Perestroika Duo – American concert violinist, Darin Qualls, and Russian piano virtuoso, Tatiana Zakharova – in concert celebrating the age of jazz, in aid of BeLonG To Youth Services.
Are you experiencing OITNB withdrawal symptoms? Suffering from the Laura Prepon delerium tremens (aka the LPDTs)? Let Gaelick.com help you through the doldrums – nay, the endless limbo – that is the agonising wait for the third series of everyone’s favourite Netflickers.
This week is Mental Health Week, and Gaelick.com brings you the second of two articles from our contributors who very kindly have decided to share their personal experiences. Today we hear from Creedence.
This morning – with the help of Rory O’Neill, Anna Nolan, John Lyons TD, and Senator Katherine Zappone – the LGBT Helpline launched its #heart2heart campaign and video, to coincide with National Coming Out Day 2014 on 11th October. Take a look!