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The 29th Galway Community Pride Festival kicked off this week and there are still four days to go, of music, comedy, clubnights, discussions, visual art, family fun, as well as the Pride Parade on Saturday afternoon.
A new survey has been launched and is seeking to examine the experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) migrants in Ireland. Led by Dr Chris Noone from NUI Galway, this is the first national consultation of LGBT+ migrants in Ireland and aims to better understand and support this community.
Bisexuality is one of the least understood or publicly recognised forms of sexual orientation, one which often faces prejudice from within minority and majority sexualities, leading to the phenomenon of 'bi-erasure'.
I was very disappointed to have missed the first Mayo Pride Parade in Castlebar on Saturday July22. I was out of the country but as soon as I got back I read the local papers' reports and contacted Mick Baynes, one of the event organisers, to get another view of what by all accounts was a well-attended day of good spirited solidarity. It is not that long ago when even the thought of such a colourful Pride parade through the county capital's streets would have met weighty and vociferous opposition.
Imagine being able to call a place in which you were not born, and to which you have no real connections, not just “home”, but that, “It said everything to me, and still every day here feels like a holiday”?
FREDDIE MERCURY once sang 'I love to ride my bicycle, I love to ride my bike', while Luke Bloom encouraged listeners to, 'Ah go on, get up on your bike!' - and Galwegians will have the chance to do this for charity this summer.
A free information evening on sexual health will take place in the Teach Solais LGBT+ Resource Centre, on Merchants Road, and is open to all members of the LGBT+ community, family, and friends.
A free information evening on sexual health will take place in the Teach Solais LGBT+ Resource Centre, on Merchants Road, this week, and is open to all members of the LGBT+ community, family, and friends.
At the annual Pride of Place Awards Ceremony on Saturday last, three organisations from Galway picked up top awards - one in the main competition with another two in the cities competition.
Roscommon Drama Group are taking to the stage once more at Roscommon Arts Centre with their production of Neil Simon’s Rumors on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 24-26 at 8pm nightly.