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GALWAY'S DRAG queens will display all their fabulousness, finery, and flamboyance when they hit the stage for the In Your Face Drag Race on Thursday July 2 from 8pm at Monroe's Live.
The Prince Bar will welcome back their Trad Sunday on July 5 from 9.30pm during the summer months.
Gay rights activist Rory O’Neill, aka Panti Bliss, is heading Down Under to represent Ireland at one of the world’s biggest and most colourful celebrations of gay pride - the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Sinn Fe?in spokesperson on Rural Affairs and the Irish Language, Senator Trevor O? Clochartaigh has called on the Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan to review guidelines being imposed by the Department of Education on the Education and Training Boards in relation to appointments to the boards of management of schools in their catchment area.
NUI Galway is to promote three staff members to the post of senior lecturer after accepting a flaw in the appointment process earlier this year. At this week’s meeting of the institute's Governing Authority a recommendation to promote the staff was accepted, following "scoring errors" in the promotion process.
GALWAY AUDIENCES are in for a treat next week when The Lady Boys of Bangkok come to the Town Hall Theatre with their new show, Red Hot Kisses.
SOUTH AFRICA’S post-apartheid constitution was the first to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, but the legal aspiration and the reality on the ground are very different.
Ivan Fahy has become the first young Galway person to feature on the cover of Gay Community News. Mr Fahy also discusses his androgynous modelling career in this month’s edition of the flagship magazine for Ireland’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
WHAT IS it to be macho? Hard livin’, hard drinkin’, wine, women and song rabble rousing? Beer and crisps street fighter? Muscle-bound body builder? Leather clad, biker, tough guy?
TOST? the local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group is highlighting its services in conjunction with International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO Day) which takes place today, May 17. IDAHO Day is celebrated in more than 100 countries, with advocates staging hundreds of events and actions the world over. In Mayo, TOST? alongside the Family Resource Centre will have an information stand in the Mayo County Library; the library also has a selection of books available which celebrates diversity.