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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.
Galway secondary schools and youth organisations will join thousands of young people from across Ireland in taking a stand against homophobic bullying.
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.
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.
The County Mayor, Cllr Thomas Welby, has this week launched Social Inclusion Awareness Week in Clann Family Resource Centre, Oughterard, an event which was held in conjunction with the launch of the ‘Out and Proud’ Road Show.
It is a basic right to feel safe and protected from physical and verbal abuse, bullying, and threats, no matter what your background and identity is. While attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people have changed and improved over recent years, LGBT people are still experiencing homophobia and transphobia because of their sexual orientation and gender identity. Irish research has indicated that more than half of all LGBT people have experienced verbal abuse and more than one-fifth physical violence. However, many incidents are currently not being reported.
Talk and discussion on the poetry of Adrienne Rich will be held in the Castlebar Social Services Centre tomorrow (Saturday) from 10am to 12 noon.
In preparation for 2012’s “European Year of Active Aging”, an innovative new seminar has been organised to explore ways to ensure that older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people have the best possible opportunities for living a positive and active life.
A seminar will be held in Kilkenny next month entitled ‘Looking to the Future: Older and LGBT’ for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
The four-star Hotel Westport is testament to the business adage “diversification through growth” with the announcement this week of two tailor-made weekends in November for gay and lesbians. In providing such an experience, Hotel Westport has become one of the few hotels in the country to cater specifically to the needs of Ireland’s gay market.