Oh, you remember Tegan and Sara. They played recently in Dublin’s Olympia (the night of the P!nk near-riot in PantiBar). Well, I for one missed their free gig earlier that day in Tower Records. But now we bring you that gig in two parts! Plus, there’s more
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Well, it’s been quite the lesbian weekend. Here we give a wee snapshot: Team Ireland at the Gay Games 2010 in Köln (aka Cologne); Clare Balding smacks down the Sunday Times; Darlene from Roseanne (finally) comes out. What else are we missing?!
Well, can you Adam-and-Steve it, folks, it’s been thirteen whole days since the last Gaelick news round-up? So, what has been happening in that intervening period? Lesbian LOLs? Sapphic surprises? Dishing the dykey dirt? Read on!
It’s been quite a while since our last round-up of what’s been happening here at Gaelick Towers. (Personally, I blame the hectic madness of Pride and the Civil Partnership Bill.) Let’s remedy that, shall we?
Holy gay BMW Region, Batman! There are only a couple of days to go until the Joint Disco hosted by Gay Clare, with OutWest and Gay Westmeath on Saturday, 3rd July in the West County Hotel, Ennis, Co Clare. Doors 10:30pm. Admission €10.
Skipping between his views of “morals,” the Irish constitution, and “democracy,” Fr Vincent Twomey’s argument against the Civil Partnership Bill is wide-ranging, but struggles to stand up to scrutiny
On Wednesday, HAL listed some of the positive changes for women in Ireland, following The Irish Times’ marking of 40 years of struggle with its “Sisters” special. Fittingly, then, Friday’s Irish Times letters page included a fascinating critique by one Kay Hughes.
GCN is in trouble. The latest edition tells us just how much financial difficulty the publication is in. I know that GCN has been criticised for various reasons, but I think that GCN is too important to fail. It’s part of Irish LGBT history. What are your memories and experiences of GCN?
A new group called EQUALS is organising a “Non-Violent Direct Action Training Day” this Saturday, 25th April 2009. Does anyone know anything else about EQUALS? They don’t appear to have any contact details on their blog (apart from comments). Are you familiar with them, or are you directly involved in the group? Drop us a line!