Marine Le Pen, the far-right French presidential candidate, might seem an unlikely gay icon but if I were French, she might have my vote, says Rob Buchanan.
The west is being slow to respond to the establishment of concentration camps for gay men in Chechnya, but make no mistake, it’s a warning to us all, says Rob Buchanan. The warning signs have been looming on the horizon for...
Young LGBT Travellers often come out into a world where violence and discrimination against them is rife, and after that into a gay community that often holds prejudices against them. Rob Buchanan meets Oein De Bhairdúin, who is h...
Dublin Pride may be a hugely happy celebration nowadays, but it was born of a horrific murder, a shocking court ruling, and a subsequent outpouring of rage, says Rob Buchanan.
It’s good news that 397 same-sex couples got married since last November, but it’s time to come out of post-referendum retirement and take up arms again, says Rob Buchanan. Newly released Department of Social Protection sta...
There’s a sevenfold increase in crimes related to hook-up apps, but are the targets simply victims of their own horniness, asks Rob Buchanan?
The proposed Rainbow Walks in Dublin may be good for tourism and selfies, but they may tip the balance when it comes to queer overkill, says Rob Buchanan.
The introduction of a new app matching people looking for threesomes has Rob Buchanan thinking about the effects of three-way sex on couples, from his own experience.
Now that same-sex marriage has been signed into Irish law, being gay and single has just got a lot more complicated, says Rob Buchanan.
With two high-profile Premier League players about to come out, how can we use this to effect real change for gay sportspeople, asks Rob Buchanan?