This week, I lost quite a bit of faith in the LGBT student movement. What started off as a link left on a wall of a Facebook group, turned into a week-long debate that has left me somewhat disillusioned and if I’m honest, a little bit heartbroken. I don’t know if you have heard of the offensive train wreck of a television show called Work It currently being aired by ABC?
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Meeting people online gives you the chance to come across as less of a plonker than you do in real life. But only if you make an effort to stand out. New Gaelick contributor, Tole, takes you through the ups and downs of being an online Casanova.
Myka and HG (not actually a couple) After Ellen is running a poll on the site’s readers’ favourite TV couples. There were a few I recognised, and plenty I didn’t (there are shows out there I just have to start watching!) but I was a little bit jarred to read Rizzoli & Isles were included. [...]
They say that French is the language of love. Well let me be the first to tell you, it’s also the language of total confusion! For most people, flirting is difficult enough in their own language. It’s ever harder in your second language, especially when you have yet to grasp the linguistic nuances and cultural specifics of human interaction.
Following on from the events of my last two posts, I decided it was high time that I tried out the lesbian scene in Paris. So a couple of weeks ago I hopped the TGV to civilization to meet a couple of friends and check out the bars.
In June, I reviewed Break My Fall. The film, set in Hackney, follows Liza and Sally as their relationship falls apart, taking dignity, boundaries and friendships with it. Writer and Director Kanchi Wichmann was kind enough to answer a few of my questions in time for Break My Fall to be released on DVD. Break [...]
As you know from my last post, I have been bemoaning the serious lack of the gay around these parts. I had somehow forgotten that this university has an entire building of Arts du Spectacle, and as we all know: if there is gay to be found, start with the theatre!
If my life was a Facebook group last week, it would have been called “The awkward moment when you think you can speak a language and then you move to a country and it turns out you don’t actually understand anything”. Où est la bibliothèque?!
Morning folks! Hope you are all suitably refreshed after the weekend and ready to hit the grindstone. I am a tad distracted it has to be said. I have a pile of emails in my inbox about a project I am working on and could I be bothered? Not a bit! It might have something to do with the fact that I am getting hitched on Friday
I’ve got a bit of dilemma. Actually its hardly a dilemma, its more a silly situation I have found myself in where I am surprised by my actions and feelings on it. Let me start by saying I am out. Very out.
Although that has recently become the standard response to any relationship woes, this time we’re talking about something more than a handy response to any problem! This night has taken note of the demand for more BYOB events in Dublin and the event description encourages everyone to “Bring your own booze and let’s get loco”
Spoiler warning for Episodes 1 and 2 of Season 4 which have not aired yet in Ireland. Now that Glee is over for the summer, I have had to turn my television attention to my other TV love, True Blood. And oh, even after such a long absence, it does not disappoint. We were teased [...]
Thing is, with Paula, that if you just let her go, she’d just go. She claimed to be the person who discovered Dan Choi and got him on The Rachel Maddow Show. She also had a very strange, evolving obsession with Rachel Maddow; it started as saying nice things but ended up making up really nasty stories. Oh, and she also bragged about having a sexual affair with journalist Ana Marie Cox.
Morning Gaelickers! Wait, that sounds bould. Its been that sort of morning, hope you’ve had your breakfast at this stage and are ready to face the day. On the plus side its Wedensday, half the week is over already
This theme of this years Pride Dyke Night is The Speakeasy, so expect all things 1920s! Hosted by the ever amazing Phil T. Gorgeous, this is set to be an unmissable night!
I caught up with Pamela and Peter from The Trouble Is to interview them about the band, and we at Gaelick towers are able to exclusively reveal that they will be playing at the Pride Night Party (Delerium) in the Purty Kitchen on the 25th of June.