The fine line that separates quirky and endearing from smug, mannered and grating is BMXed over and left 100 miles behind in 'Me And Earl An...
Julianne Moore said that Ellen Page opened her eyes to the painful experience of being closeted.
The White House released a video for it's anti-rape campaign, 'It’s On Us', featuring a star-studded cast.
Clare Island Adventures are inviting gay and lesbian singles to make the trip across the bay for their bi-annual Singles Adventure Weekend, ...
Hozier stepped into BBC Live Lounge to do a cover of Sam Smith's gay rights anthem 'Lay Me Down'.
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Miley Cyrus' surprise album dropped this weekend, and on it is a pretty explicit song about sex with a woman.
The fine line that separates quirky and endearing from smug, mannered and grating is BMXed over and left 100 miles behind in 'Me And Earl And the Dying Girl' - the latest teen flick romanticising premature death, says Peter Dunne.
Clare Island Adventures are inviting gay and lesbian singles...
Hozier stepped into BBC Live Lounge to do a cover of Sam Smi...
For a new generation of HIV positive men, disclosure remains a controversial topic. In a searingly honest essay, Andy Kane recount his experiences of opening up to potential partners.
The latest "feud" between Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj highlights some lingering problems of marginalisation in pop culture and society, says Brian O'Flynn.
Were Free Pride Glasgow organisers right in banning drag performers from this year's festival as to not offend trans people, asks Brian O'Flynn?
While the passing of the Gender Recognition Bill is a huge victory for the Irish trans community, more has to be done to protect trans young people, says Rob Buchanan.
Despite José Aldo’s homophobic trash talk towards Conor McGregor and his “queer” Irish fans, Rob Buchanan thinks he is not a homophobe. For all its testosterone-fuelled talk, the UFC appears to be a refres...
Heterosexual women have it easy when it comes to female friendships, says Christine Allen, who wants to meet her gal pals without lesbian partners in tow.
Now that we are equal to our straight counterparts on paper in Ireland, will the need for an exclusively gay scene evaporate completely, asks Brian O’Flynn?
There are some seismic shifts already starting to happen as a result of our brave and timely step in to equality, says Rob Buchanan.
The ‘yes’ for marriage equality campaign, and the movement of the Irish people, will inform and inspire the struggle for LGBT equality across the world, says Brian Finnegan.
By voting to open marriage to same sex couples, Ireland has chosen independence from the Roman Catholic Church, says Father Bernárd Lynch