Legislation to give full marriage rights to same sex couples has been signed into law this evening.
Same-sex marriage is coming to Northern Ireland. That is the message which a pioneering New York legislator brought to Belfast on 9 October in a keynote speech to campaigners.
Areas of concern among some of the 4,000 respondents to a questionnaire informing the first Synod to take place in Limerick for 70 years include gay marriage and equality for gay people, themes which are “very much on the agenda” ahead of the 2016 think tank.
Ireland has moved another step closer to marriage equality this evening.
Difficulties were caused by referendum being signed into the Constitution before Supreme Court could consider a challenge to the result.
Panti Bliss, one of the leading campaigners for the Yes vote in the marriage referendum, posted some mail she received on Twitter that has been causing a bit of a stir.
Sinn Féin councillor and chair of its LGBT group Chris Curran has called those who left a suspicious package at the Gay Lesbian Equality Network dangerous fools that have wasted Garda and Defence Forces time.
ILGA-Europe wholeheartedly congratulates Ireland for this momentous vote in favour of equality, dignity and respect for all families.
Saturday the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organisation, hailed the historic victory for marriage equality in Ireland.
When the Irish Polls come to a close in the gay marriage referendum, the mother who put rainbows up everywhere to welcome home her son #HomeToVote explains why.