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This Month's GCN
This month: In our cover feature, straight allies like Hozier, Mary McAleese and Colin Farrell explain why they’ll be voting Yes, David McWilliams lays out the attendant economic benefits of full marriage equality, Mother-lovin’ eletro poppers, Le Galaxie, answer some questions PLUS all the best reviews, opinion, horoscopes, advice, listings and lots, lots more!
TV & Gossip
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While we fight directly against advocates of a No vote in the marriage equality referendum, we run the risk of losing sight of what we are actually fighting for, says Rob Buchanan.
The final weeks of the No campaign may worry and upset us, but that’s all the more reason for each of us to stand up and fight for our equal rights
We’ve heard lots of arguments for same-sex marriage over the past few months, but what about the economic one, asks David McWilliams?
Mothers and fathers do matter, says straight married woman, Ciara Sidine, and that’s why we need to vote yes.
Historians will no doubt come to look at these early months of 2015 as being pivotal in the evolution of the LGBT rights movement, says Adam Long
If expats from other countries have no restrictions on voting rights, why can’t I as an Irish woman living in Spain, vote Yes for same-sex marriage, asks Karen Conway?
With seven weeks to go until the same-sex marriage referendum, we have work and talking to do. Let’s get some things straight, says David Wilkins.
Rory Carrick thought he’d come up trumps on Plenty of Fish when he met a doctor with an instant bedside manner, but his Dr. Yes turned out to be a bit of Dr. No.
If we want to win the same-sex marriage referendum, we must steadfastly avoid the trap that’s being set by the No campaign, says Brian Finnegan.
Everything associated with LGBT lives has been wrongly placed in a political context, says Adam Long.