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GCN Issue 322, October 2016


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A tattoo artist with a check shirt, ear piercings, gloves and tattoos on the cover of GCN Issue 322 October Workplace Diversity Issue

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Lesbians earn more than straight women, while gay men earn less than their straight counterparts – who knew? GCN’s third annual Out at Work issue has all the stats you need to know about being LGBT in the workplace, while we talk to some gay grafters excelling in some intriguing queer careers, including a tattoo artist, a midwife and a radio producer. As she releases her fourth album, ‘Home’, Wexford- born Wallis Bird talks about finding love and forgetting fame; resident Lisdoonvarna matchmaker Willie Daly tells us about the business of romance ahead of the The Outing, the world’s only LGBT matchmaking festival; Shirley Temple Bar chats to former s Club 7 star Paul Cattermole ahead of his Dublin debut as Eddie in The Rocky Horror Show, and Ros na Rún’s resident gay talks about his debut novel featuring a serial killing nun . Plus we have all the best news, reviews, lifestyle tips, advice, and analysis. What’s not to like?

 

 

One comment on “GCN Issue 322, October 2016”

  1. Love your postings. Thanks for all the Orlando support. And, congratulations on Irish marriage reform.

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