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...
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 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.
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 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.
Rob Buchanan may hate the term ‘straight acting’, but he defends Russell Tovey’s right to say he’s glad he’s not effeminate.
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.
The hateful leaflets distributed by the Alliance for the Defence of the Family and Marriage this weekend contained the swansong of an Ireland that finally pass away on referendum day, says Rob Buchanan.