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# panti bliss

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Gardaí to view CCTV after homophobic graffiti daubed near popular Dublin bar
Complaints made to RTÉ about Panti Bliss trailer before Six Nations rugby and the Angelus
Controversial LED Pantibar sign will stay up after being classed as 'exceptional' case
Panti to "fight tooth and acrylic nail" to save LED Pantibar sign
Panti Bliss named in Time magazine poll of 100 'most influential'
Panti Bliss has been picked by Time Magazine for their worldwide Top 100 Poll
Panti Bliss will deliver a 'Queen of Ireland's Christmas Message' on TV3 this year
Panti Bliss joined U2 on stage last night and absolutely owned it
Panti Bliss joined U2 on stage last night and absolutely owned it
Panti's story of activism and giving laughs to the usual queer crowd will make you proud
The LGBT matchmaking festival kicks off today - and the world's media will be here to cover it
Panti defends 'gorgeous' sign amid complaints
Panti has a message for Breda O'Brien
Irish float returns to Sydney's Mardi Gras with Panti Bliss at the helm
Enda Kenny's visit to a gay bar shows how far the country has come
The man behind the 'Spar Guy' Facebook status has spoken out
This brilliant story about a kind Dublin shop worker is going super viral
Panti Bliss: "I'm going back on The Saturday Night Show"
Panti Bliss was celebrated by Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross last night
Panti Bliss film raises over €50k in crowdfunding donations
"They picked the wrong drag queen": The power of Panti's call
Watch: Panti talks homophobia in Amnesty video
'Music levels the playing field between gay and straight people'
Complaints about RTÉ's Panti apology have been rejected by the BAI
Should broadcasters be held responsible for offending people?
RTÉ bosses say that fighting Pantigate action would have been 'foolhardy'
The Pet Shop Boys have remixed Panti's speech about oppression
'Anti-Pantigate' bill tabled in the Dáil to stop "the litigious and thin-skinned"
"No biggie": Rory O'Neill honoured at New York ceremony
Panti's inspiring speech about oppression is now a charity single
Team Panti invaded the Prime Time audience last night
Panti: I'm expecting an apology from RTE
Panti: Call me anything under the sun, I won’t be running to my lawyer’s skirts
Panti Bliss for St. Patrick's Day parade? It's looking "unlikely"
Someone has made a Lego version of Team Panti
Column: As the Winter Olympics kick off in Russia, let's consider oppression in all its forms
Kevin Donoghue
‘Where there is homophobia, it must be challenged’ – Dáil debates Pantigate
‘Beaten, spat, chased, harassed and mocked’: TDs open-up about homophobic abuse
Column: Social media and the Streisand Effect – who dictates popular discourse today?
Lisa McInerney
Mitchell cites technicality as he is only Irish MEP to abstain from EU anti-homophobia vote