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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'.
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”?
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.
Sulphur is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and it plays a very important role in the body’s organs and systems. It is a valuable component of collagen and is therefore needed for connective tissues, and for blood vessels, eyes and joints. Sulphur binds collagen fibres together which gives the skin its elasticity, keeping it younger looking for longer.
FEMINISM, LESBIANISM, independence, and the challenges of love, family, and duty will be explored in French film Summertime which the Galway Film Society wil screen in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 8pm.
A SACRILEGIOUS Lesbian and Homosexual Parade, Brian Fleming's acclaimed one-man show, described as “original, fun and different" by The Irish Times, will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre, as part of the actor/writer/musicians upcoming show Trilogy.
The Galway Community Pride Festival will take place this weekend and the event includes a show which takes place tomorrow (Friday) in the Bank of Ireland Theatre beside the College Bar at NUI Galway. Gender Fabulosity is being organised by Galway Pride member Ivan Fahy and is described as a ‘gender liberating fashion show’ which is about people enjoying themselves and expressing themselves in the way they want to, and feel most comfortable.
The world - or at least the Western world - is a very different place now in July to what it was in May. In the space of around six weeks, Ireland became the first State where same-sex marriage was endorsed by the public through a referendum - kickstarting calls in Germany and Australia for the same; while the United States voted to approve gay marriage following a Supreme Court decision.