Former Glee star, Darren Criss, has apologised for making an insensitive remark about Caitlyn Jenner's transition while on stage in Broadway...
Transgender Equality Network Ireland, BeLonG To Youth Services and the Irish Trans Student Alliance are to present the first Trans Youth For...
Hollywood beefcake, Channing Tatum, totally nails Madonna’s ‘Vogue’. With his new movie, Magic Mike XXL, hitting cinemas t...
In a new video which mimics the pro-gay ‘It Gets Better’ campaign , Catholics are seen on camera talking about being judged for ...
Magic Mike XXL may not win any Oscars this year, but if man-candy is what you want, this is your movie, says Rory Carrick.
This Month's GCN
This month it’s a very special Pride issue of GCN! Cover star Soak tells Conor Behan about the pressure of being a role model for younger LGBTs and why she thinks Pride is as relevant as ever, Will Young discusses kickboxing, surrealism and his new album with Brian Finnegan, four London-based Irish LGBTs share their experiences of moving to a new city, first openly gay Mayor of Dublin, Fintan Warfield, answers ten questions PLUS all the best reviews, opinion, horoscopes, advice, Pride listings a...
TV & Gossip
Former Glee star, Darren Criss, has apologised for making an insensitive remark about Caitlyn Jenner's transition while on stage in Broadway's 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'.
Transgender Equality Network Ireland, BeLonG To Youth Services and the Irish Trans Student Alliance are to present the first Trans Youth Forum.
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
Our young LGBT people will probably never forget the turmoil of this referendum campaign, and the outpouring of vitriol that has surrounded it, says Nathan O’Donnell.
"The marriage referendum is bringing up my terrible fear of commitment, and there’s only one person to turn to – the Mammy," says Jonathan O'Sullivan.
I am a homophobe. This is not something I chose to be. Neither was I born this way. My homophobia was nurtured by the culture I grew up in, says Dr Roddy Flynn. In 1970s and 1980s Ireland, my ideas about homosexuality were predomi...
The forthcoming referendum is not just about the right of same-sex couples to marry, it’s about modern families of all kinds, says Rob Buchanan.
Aoife Read has been on the Yes Equality Bus tour, canvassing across Ireland for a Yes, and while the reception has been largely good, she’s been educated in changing the hearts and minds of potential No voters.