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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# marriage referendum

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# clapback
Cork hurler Donal Óg Cusack had the best comeback to the Aussie rugby player who spoke out against gay marriage
That’s a clapback if I ever saw one.
# c'mon now
An Australian MP caused major eye-rolls after suggesting that people in same-sex marriages are just 'mates'
It really raises the question of whether same-sex marriage referendums are ethical.
# i am who i am
Carol's story of coming out after #marref was the loveliest moment on First Dates lreland
“For the first time I realised it’s OK to be gay in Ireland. People are behind you.”
# The Story of Yes
"There were so many special moments": This is the story of how Ireland voted Yes
A documentary will air on RTÉ 2 tonight.
# One Year On
Huge rise in young people coming out as gay since marriage referendum
The figures are released in a new survey by LGBT youth organisation BeLonG To.
# we said yes
People's wonderful marriage referendum memories will make you proud to be Irish
It’s one year since Ireland since voted Yes.
# tears of pride
BAI rejects complaints Ray D'Arcy was biased in marriage referendum coverage
One listener wasn’t happy the presenter said he had cried with pride when the vote was passed.
# marriage referendum
Vincent Browne's broadcast from The George was one-sided, says complainant
The complaint was rejected.
# twitter trends
What do Vincent Browne, Irish Water and same-sex marriage have in common?
All three were among the top trending topics in Ireland over the past 12 months.
# marriage referendum
A woman sprinkled holy water to 'cleanse her yard' after Yes campaigners' visit
A new book about the Yes Equality campaign carries some fascinating anecdotes from the canvass trail.
# It's Official
The Marriage Bill 2015 allowing for same-sex marriage has been signed into law
Same-sex weddings are expected to begin from next month.
# Same-Sex Marriage
David Norris: I am not in favour of incest, I never have been
The independent senator has sought to clarify remarks he made in the Seanad on Tuesday.
# Seanad
David Norris says that gay cousins should be allowed to marry each other
“It wouldn’t take a feather out of me if two cousin married each other. What’s the problem with that. Really?”
# marriage referendum
Leo Varadkar named Tatler's Man of the Year
Bressie, Brian Cody and Mícháel Ó Muircheartaigh also received awards.
# Longford
Bishop apologises for priest who suggested the marriage referendum was the devil's work
Fr Joseph Okere made his comments in a recent homily reflecting on marriage.
# END IN SIGHT
The appeals against the marriage referendum result are in the last chance saloon
Both parties involved have lodged an application to appeal with the Supreme Court.
# free stuff
This woman has said thanks for the Yes vote by leaving free pieces of art about the place
Keep your eyes peeled, there could be one for you.
# love is love
A Dublin artist said thanks for the Yes vote with 22 acts of kindness
“Cheers lads”.
# The High Table Interview
What really annoys Pat Rabbitte?
Here’s what we learned when the former minister came into TheJournal.ie during the week.
# Getting hitched
She proposed on live TV, but when is Katherine Zappone getting married?
The independent senator reflects on the historic marriage referendum in an interview with TheJournal.ie
# Spat
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin and Rónán Mullen are having a bit of a row on Twitter
The Equality Minister’s tweet about “extremist right-wingers” got this one going…
# going to the chapel
Everyone is sharing this special engagement notice from today's Irish Times
Let the gay weddings begin!
# Totes emoji
Here's what happened when we interviewed this Labour TD entirely in emoji
John Lyons proves he’s down with the kids.
# Abuse
Fine Gael hopeful told to 'get the queers to vote for you'
Councillor Sharon Tolan received the anonymous message yesterday morning.
# Last Week Tonight
'It's time, ma' - The marriage referendum gets the John Oliver treatment
And he doesn’t hold back on the Catholic Church.
Voices
Did social media really turn 'No' votes to a 'Yes'?
Elections – like referendums – are determined by the undecided.
# hometovote
Twitter has painted #HomeToVote on the wall of its San Francisco HQ
The hashtag trended all over the world as Ireland went to the polls last Friday.
# mar ref
'The last bastion of discrimination': 26 counties down - 6 to go?
Northern Ireland is the only region in western Europe where same-sex marriage is not permitted.
# Analysis
Should the government call a cheeky election right now?
Analysis: The coalition could capitalise on the feel-good factor following the passage of the same-sex marriage referendum.
# Just Say Yes
The first same-sex marriages could take place before the end of the summer
After Saturday’s party, when can we expect another one?
# marref
A LOT of people were tweeting about the marriage referendum
Over 400,000 tweets about same-sex marriage referendum were sent.
# c'mon the rossies
People are defending Roscommon/South Leitrim after yesterday's No result
Leave Roscommon/South Leitrim alone!
# God Hates Flags
The Westboro Baptist Church thinks "God Hates Ireland" after yesterday - but they got our flag wrong
Scarlet for them.
# No vote
Ireland may have said Yes to gay marriage, but Australia won't be following suit
Gay marriage was explicitly outlawed in Australia in 2004.
# How the ref was won
8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage
It was a long, gruelling campaign that’s resulted in a historic decision by the Irish people.
# All Eyes oN Us
The world was watching Ireland yesterday - here's what they said
Ireland voted Yes, the world reacted.
# In pics
All the colours of the rainbow: The day Ireland made history
Ireland said yes!
# How the ref was won
13 heroes of the Yes campaign
The Irish people have voted for same-sex marriage but some campaigners deserve a special mention.
# It's a Yes
Ireland has voted Yes to same-sex marriage
Ireland has become the first country in the world to pass a referendum on the issue.
# constituency count
How did your constituency vote in the marriage referendum?
Here’s how they voted where you’re from.