“I think same-sex couples should be able to get married” – these ten simple words spoken by US President Barack Obama last Wednesday have reverberated around the world and provided a watershed moment in the evolution of civil rights for lesbians and gay men.
Difficulties were caused by referendum being signed into the Constitution before Supreme Court could consider a challenge to the result.
Almost two thirds of people in Northern Ireland would feel comfortable if a family member had a same-sex marriage, a new survey suggests.
A host of Irish TV, movie and music talent has joined forces with BeLonG To, the national organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people, to produce an online video advertisement calling for a ‘yes’ vote in the upcoming referendum on marriage equality.
The Archbishop of Armagh has called for a clampdown on the debate over gay clergy in the Church of Ireland.
The Constitutional Convention* will be examining and voting on the issue of marriage equality on the weekend of April 13th and 14th, 2013.
Sunday August 12th at 3pm a the Dublin City Hall at the top of Parliament Street, marching to the Department of Justice.
There has been a 12 percentage point increase in support of same-sex civil marriages since 2008, according to a new poll.
Grandparents, parents and families were among those attending the launch of the bus tour in Dublin this morning.
An Irish family campaigning group has launched a series of extraordinary attacks against same-sex couples, including claims that same-sex couples die younger, are more prone to cancer, and are more likely to abuse and injure children.