The bus driver has been praised by a passenger for his reaction to the incident.
The LGBT Helpline, the Irish national support service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, is teaming up with eir to promote positive mental health at tomorrow’s Dublin Pride parade.
The LGBT Helpline – the national support service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people – is teaming up with leading telecommunications company eir this weekend to run a high-profile positive mental health awareness campaign during Dublin Pride.
‘Why is it okay to say words sometimes and not others?’ – This is the main question that is asked in WordPlay, a Canadian production participating in the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival.
American actor and writer Jimmy Doyle is bringing his acclaimed one-man show "Must Be Nice" to the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in May.
Belfast City Hall played host to the launch of the 25th Belfast Pride Awards as the city prepares for a host of events over the 10 day festival
In the wake of their successful marriage equality referendum campaign and while the Gender Recognition Bill is at committee stage in the Dail, BeLonG To – Ireland’s LGBT youth organisation, launches a new resource for transgender young people.
On this International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, the EU stands together with LGBTI people all around the world in the struggle to end discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity. All human beings are equal in dignity and all are entitled to enjoy their rights as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
PlanetRomeo announces their groundbreaking Gay Happiness Index (GHI) to be launched 17 May 2015 on the International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHOT). Contrary to what the index name implies, the situation is anything but happy.
Today (20th November) is Trans Day of Remembrance. This is an international day of commemoration that memoralises the lives lost in the course of the year due to transphobia and it also raises awareness of the violence trans people can face simply because they are trans. The Trans Day of Remembrance began in 1998 in the United States in response to the murder of Rita Hester, a trans woman.