To quote a great movie, I said BRrrr, its cold in here Whilst the snow looked lovely from the apartment window at the weekend, the reality of skating to work this morning avec every winter woolie sunk in and I didn’t like the snow quite so much. Hence I keep quoting Bring it On.
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Should the Irish government deport LGBT people to their countries where homosexuality is criminalised?
There are various kinds of comments whirling around the LGBT interwebs about a recent vote in the United Nations. Many of them boil down to making an assertion along the lines of: “The UN says it’s okay to kill gays!” So, what are the rumours, and what are the facts?
Linc (Lesbians In Cork) is pleased to announce its new Wednesday evening group, Phoenix, for women aged up to 23. If you’re young, interested in all things LGBT and in the Cork area, this one’s for you.
The final episode of Lip Service – the Beeb’s series featuring fictional Lesbians Of Scotland – airs tonight: Tuesday, 16th November 2010 at 10:30pm. Members of Gaelick will be following, tweeting, commenting, opining and (more than likely) gasping at the Sapphic thrills and spills. So, join us!
Acting Out is the Dublin LGBT drama group for LGBT every Thursday at Outhouse. Catch “OutTakes” this week!
Last night saw the second annual Cork Rebel Awards. The Awards were established as a non profit collaboration between the Cork Gay Project, Cork Pride, GayCork.com and L.inC to give recognition to members of Cork’s LGBT community.
Tomorrow, 13th November, a new shop is due to open in Dublin. Ordinarily not too remarkable. But this particular retailer is a little more interesting than that. Forever 21 is a USA-based retailer that sells cheap, slutty trendy clothes to the young folk. It also sells a lot more.
So, Cat McKenzie. You say you love Sam Murray. But do you? Do you?! The dilemma: Sam or Frankie. Much like: strawberries or a plate of vomit. Or: jazz tootlings or Justin Beiber. Or: a hot cop or a feckin’ feck-up.
Custody battles must be a total nightmare. You are fighting for your kids after all, I can’t imagine how that must feel. However, sometimes people need to be less naive to start out with, especially when the family is an alternative one.
Take your seats, lesbians and gays, for Outlook – the LGBT programme of this week’s Cork Film Festival.
Since last Sunday, the interwebs were all in a flurry over comments attributed to Stephen Fry. According to an article in The Observer, he is alleged to have said effectively that straight women are disgusted by straight men and by sex. When I read the article on Sunday morning, I was instantly suspicious.
Twists and turns, more naughtiness, and “exciting announcements” from the BBC: that’s right, it’s Lip Service, episode three!
I do think there are potentially two good stories that could have been told in this film: one about a difficult time in a relationship between two women, and one about their kids finding their sperm donor. And in fact, I really did want to like this film. But what the hell is the story with that plot?
On TV3′s ‘Midweek’ tomorrow (Wednesday, 27th October 2010), the programme will be meeting Conor Pendergrast and his two mums, Ann and Bernadette.
Last night across the UK, vigils were held to speak out against hate crimes, and to remember those who have been victims. There is no hate crime legislation in Ireland, so in this country hate crimes technically don’t exist.
To stir things up in Dubland, Spoon, a new night for girls and their guests starts TONIGHT in The Mezz, Dublin