Through things like Pride (and college LGBT societies, and Gloria, the Emerald Warriors etc etc), do we LGBTQ people purposefully segregate ourselves from the rest of society?
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African LGBTs are raped and killed. Those brave and proud enough to be out need your help for their voices to be heard.
Summer is here (theoretically) and the (theoretically) improved weather means I’m much more likely to make it to interesting exhibitions than I am during the winter months. There are a couple of excellent exhibitions on at the moment that no one will a soul should miss.
The sunshine over the last few days might have finally convinced us that there is still potential for an Irish summer. You might just be waking up the possibilities of a seasonal shift, but hundreds of volunteers, organisers and banner wavers all over the country are waaaaay ahead of you.
Hi, it’s Ciardubh here. When I’m not writing articles for Gaelick, I spend a lot of my time being an art student. Actually, I’ve spent nearly all my time for the last six years being an art student. It’s a time-consuming business. Most of being an artist revolves around spending hours by yourself swearing […]
The last time I wrote about Pride, I said that Limerick Pride rounded off this year’s celebrations on the island. Well, that just shows you how frickin’ wrong I was, because preparations are well under way for the Pride in Newry Festival which runs from 22nd to 30th September! There’s a week-load of […]
Last week, Limerick Pride 2012 was officially launched as the final preparations were being put in place for another year. Rounding off the nation’s Pride festivals, Limerick Pride will be a mix of celebration, entertainment, education and awareness. Here are some of the highlights!
Yesterday, we brought you news of what’s in store at Galway Pride – and now we’ve all the details of what those crazy cats are up to in Kilkenny! Out for the Weekend (aka Kilkenny Pride) kicks off tomorrow, and the celebrations continue until Sunday night. Will you be partying in the shadow of the Castle? Here’s how to fill that hectic social diary!
The Pride season continues in full swing! Just as Waterford Pride comes to a close, preparations are underway for the next Pride events taking place across Ireland. Here’s the run-down on the first of those, Galway Community Pride, (23rd–26th August next).
Cork hurling’s inspirational goalkeeper (and the only out GAA player in the Championship), Dónal Óg Cusack will be launching this year’s Foyle Pride celebrations!
Isn’t it always the way? You wait an age, and then two Prides come along at once. If you’re nowhere near Belfast over the coming week or so for the Pride celebrations there, you might consider a trip to the other end of the island where the Cork Pride Festival is about to get under way. Here’s a few highlights which caught our eye. Will you be heading to Cork or Belfast (or other)?
Belfast Pride kicks off tomorrow, and they have a jam-packed schedule from the launch tomorrow night to Parade Day on the 4th August – and beyond, with post-Pride events into the bargain. Here are just a few highlights which we think you might like!
Ireland’s Pride season is well underway, with Dublin and Dundalk done and dusted! Next on the calendar is Northwest Pride – a.k.a. Make, Do and Mend Pride; the Little Pride that Could; the People’s Pride; the Crazy Pride. And yes, it is Craggy Island Pride! One of the organisers, Izzy Kamikaze, dropped us a line to tell us all about the smallest Pride city in the world!
Just as Dublin Pride closes up shop, Dundalk Outcomers are finishing Pride preparations to open their doors to the country. Dundalk Outcomers will be hosting its third Dundalk Gay Pride Festival this year from 12th to 14th of July. Alan – one of the bunch of talented and energetic organisers – tells us all about it.
A protest will take place outside the Ukrainian Embassy in Dublin tomorrow, Wednesday, 4th July at 6:30pm calling for an end to state-sponsored homophobia in Ukraine. The so-called ‘Homosexual Propaganda’ Bill currently being proposed in that country would ban even the most basic expressions of support for LGBT people and is an affront to human rights and dignity.