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!
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.
Take your seats, lesbians and gays, for Outlook – the LGBT programme of this week’s Cork Film Festival.
Twists and turns, more naughtiness, and “exciting announcements” from the BBC: that’s right, it’s Lip Service, episode three!
HAL has previously had her spake about BBC3’s Lip Service – in particular she seemed focused on that Frankie character, played by Ruta Gedmintas. Well, who I want to talk about is the character of Sam. Detective Sergeant Sam, to be precise.
On Monday, 11th October 2010, National Coming Out Day will be celebrated at various events throughout the United States. Does Ireland need to do the same?
Mr Johnny Golden (73), of Doogary, Killeshandra, Co Cavan was subjected to a violent attack in his home on Tuesday, 7th September 2010. His injuries were extensive, and the nature of those injuries particularly brutal. Mr Golden died in Cavan General Hospital on Tuesday evening, 6th October. Gardaí are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
So now that we’re well acquainted with the Ireland Rugby World Cup team – and the first two rounds of matches are complete – let’s see how things stand.
An estimated 4000 to 5000 LGBT people and their loved ones (not including cute puppies) marched for marriage equality in Dublin’s city centre this afternoon.
Tonight (Aug 19th) sees the launch of sisters at Madonna’s. Hosted by Ms Lesbatron the event is at 9pm til late. Admission €7/€5.
The Rugby World Cup starts on Friday, 20th August, with Ireland’s first game being played that day against England. We introduced some of the Ireland squad at the week; now meet the remaining team members
So now that you know the Rugby World Cup gets going on 20th August – with Ireland’s first game on Friday against England – let’s meet the team (we’ll start with team members from A through H)
It’s Rugby World Cup time! What’s that you say? Something about the rugby World Cup taking place in 2011? No, no: you’re thinking of men’s rugby. The real thing kicks off this month in England, from 20th August 2010, and Ireland will be valiantly battling for the title.