Having known what it’s like to be second-class citizens of Ireland, LGBT people should support the repeal of the Eighth Amendment
Through our collective experience, the stereotype of the lonely, desperate old gay can be discarded, says Andy Kane. In life there comes a point when we can’t wait to get older, and for good reason. Besides buying booze, getting i...
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?
When David Bowie came out as gay, I was just a child, so little did I know he was paving the way for my own journey out of the closet, says Brian Finnegan. When I was seven years old, David Bowie came out as gay. My older, ...
"In many ways my aunt Lydia’s titanic battle made it so mine didn’t have to happen," says Colin Foy.
The professionalisation of Ireland’s LGBT lobby is a story of hope that can inspire disenfranchised communities globally, says Brian Finnegan. As we come towards the end of a momentous year for the LGBT community in Ireland...
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.
Seemingly the worst quality to be found in a gay man is a limp wrist. Well, fuck that – I’m camp and I’m proud, says Glenn Mullen.