Topics :: Ireland
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Citing weight loss, insomnia and being ostracized by media colleagues, one of the alleged anti-gay journalists at the center of the "Pantigate" scandal in Ireland is serving up enough w(h)ine to put Napa Valley to shame.
Drag performer Panti (aka Rory O’Neill) was the "Queen of Queens" marching with Mayor Bill deBlasio earlier this month at the "St. Patrick’s Parade for All" across the East River in Sunnyside, Queens.
Ireland’s top drag queen, Miss Panti Bliss, has driven a stiletto heel through this nation’s long-running debate on gay rights. Panti has riled up conservative Catholics and won global admirers in a social media tour de force
Financial news publisher Forbes says it’s apologizing to Ireland’s president for inaccurately describing him as gay in an online article.
An Irish chef has been sentenced to 29 years for raping a lesbian in 2010 after he told her that he was gay.
Unmarried and same-sex couples in Northern Ireland should be allowed to adopt children, a Belfast judge ruled Thursday, overturning a 1987 adoption law that discriminated against both groups.
Various Voices, the choral event featuring talent from around the world, has selected Dublin as the host city for 2014’s festival and, as ever, is reaching out to LGBT choirs from around the world.
The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland said Monday it’s investigating how a priest offering a presentation to parents on their children’s upcoming Confessions instead ended up showing them a computer slideshow of gay porn.
Openly gay candidate David Norris conceded defeat as human rights activist and poet Michael D. Higgins looked on course to be elected Ireland’s president.
An openly gay politician who withdrew from the Irish presidential race due to controversy only to throw his hat into the ring once more has sewn up the support he needs to put his name on the ballot.
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