Opening arguments have begun in Belfast’s infamous “gay cake” case. Gareth Lee told Belfast County Court that he ordered a cake with ...
Eddie Redmayne will play Lili Elbe, the first woman to have genital reconstruction surgery, in the film The Danish Girl. It was previ...
TV friendships that subvert the usual ‘gay best friend’ trope – their friendships are built on trust and respect, not just because it’...
CONFETTI – A wedding themed party in support of the Yes Equality campaign. Get over to Galway on April 10 for Confetti – ...
Anti-gay activist Peter LaBarbera combats a queer activist’s controversial blog. “Homosexual activists know that they have to c...
This Month's GCN
This month: Marina Diamandis, of Marina and the Diamonds fame, talks to Conor Behan about Beyoncé songs, gay fans and why she couldn't care less about commercial success. Shirley chats to fellow Lotto show alum Marty Whelan, we present 2015’s GALA winners, Ciara McGrattan gives a run-down of the best queer flicks at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. PLUS all the best news, gossip, horoscopes, relationship advice, opinion, reviews and much, much more!
TV & Gossip
Eddie Redmayne will play Lili Elbe, the first woman to have genital reconstruction surgery, in the film The Danish Girl. It was previously announced that Eddie Redmayne would star as Lili Elbe, the first patient of genital ...
CONFETTI – A wedding themed party in support of the Yes Equality campaign. Get over to Galway on April 10 for Confetti – a giant party fundraiser for Yes Equality, who are tirelessly campaigning for the Yes vote...
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.
The police crack-down on Edryd James for his homophobic tweet to gay rugby player Nigel Owens won’t serve LGBTs in the long-run, says Rob Buchanan.
What have the national movement against home repossessions and evictions and the LGBT community got in common, asks Finbar Markey?
Rob Buchanan may hate the term ‘straight acting’, but he defends Russell Tovey’s right to say he’s glad he’s not effeminate.
Last week David Quinn of the Iona Institute tweeted ‘Who’s the father?’ in a discussion about lesbian broadcaster, Dil Wickremasinghe’s pregnancy. He would never have asked the same question of a single parent, adoptive parent or ...
Maybe there’s a specific reason why there was such a hugely negative reaction to the gay kiss on The Walking Dead, says Rob Buchanan.
The 'pinkwashing' of Pride themed ATM’s in New Zealand by queer activists is about the privilege of heterosexual men, rather than the commercialisation of Pride, says Rob Buchanan.
Beneath the accepting façade, do we have issues about the inclusion of trans people under the rainbow flag, asks Brian Finnegan?