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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Pride

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6 epic Pride events to check out this weekend in Dublin
Get your rainbow colours on and get out there.
As Dublin Pride kicks off, we look back at some LGBT landmark moments in Ireland
Tonie Walsh, curator of the Irish Queer Archive, reflects on some of the defining moments of the LGBT movement.
London changes its traffic lights in time for Pride
The little green man is now the little green men.
London has changed some of its traffic lights for Pride and it’s just lovely
Love wins.
19 things that would make you very proud to be from Kerry
From the Railway Tavern, to the best Facebook admin in the west.
An emotional CJ Stander absolutely belted out Amhrán na bhFiann today
The South Africa-born back-row has been learning the anthem in recent weeks.
Schmidt's welcome to 'tough' Lions job, says Gatland with an eye on 2017 schedule
‘I’m not thinking about the Lions,’” says Warren Gatland after reeling off a chunk of the tour itinerary.
Nothing to play for, but pride in the jersey for Jonathan Sexton
And maybe a bit more form in the bank wouldn’t go amiss either.
The LGBT community's quest for respectability in Ireland is leaving so many trans activists behind
Pride and LGBTQ movements are being ruined by a descent into conformity and a fear of all things political, argues Leighanna Rose Walsh.
A photographer lost a client over gay pride but had this perfect response to them
Nailed it.
Sitdown Sunday: Meet the Mormon gay men married to women
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
'We are really f***ing happy about being homosexual': Thousands take to the streets for Dublin Pride
Dublin is awash with colour today – and emotion.
16 magnificent moments from today's Dublin Pride Parade
17 times Ireland made you proud
Happy Pride…!
'It was the most wonderful and euphoric experience': How was your first Pride parade?
We asked some well-known members of the LGBT community to tell us about their first experience.
8 of the best Dublin bars to hit up during Pride tomorrow
Happy Pride!
Pics: Arrests and injuries during bloody clashes at gay pride march in Kiev
Five policemen were among the injured.
A local councillor has called for the removal of the LGBT pride flag from Cork City Hall
Councillor Terry Shannon says it is not right to be flying a Yes flag but not a No one.
'A lot of people had written us off' - O'Connor proud of Leinster effort
The head coach says Leinster ‘would back ourselves to go anywhere and beat anybody with our best lads.’
Ronan O'Gara came out with a typically cheeky quote on the Late Late Show
The Ireland and Munster legend was chatting to Ryan Tubridy on the RTÉ show.
'Bittersweet' feeling for Foley as Munster's European season ends
The Munster head coach praised the ‘good character’ of his side during the win over Sale.
American DVD cover for LGBT film 'Pride' removes all references to gay people
The film is about a group of gay and lesbian activists who supported striking miners in 1980s Britain.
Gay couple's amazing response to homophobic graffiti is going viral
Some aloe vera for that burn, stat.
Munster look to carry Ireland's November momentum into Clermont ties
Joe Schmidt’s coaching and expectation levels will lift the standards in the southern province.
'It's just two people in love' - Thousands march in Hong Kong gay pride parade
Participants said awareness of gay rights was growing in Hong Kong.
Cup final disappointment can act as a catalyst for great things to come - Derry boss Peter Hutton
The Candystripes endured cup final heartache yesterday but their manager is taking the positives.
Ireland captain Coghlan retires on losing note but with immense pride
The 33-year-old prop has played her last game for her country, finishing on 85 caps.
Watch: Panti talks homophobia in Amnesty video
“The tide of history is on the side of same-sex marriage…”
Barnes and Conlan win Commonwealth gold as Walsh feels 'cheated' after silver
There was a further silver for Team Northern Ireland’s Joe Fitzpatrick.
Opinion: In South Africa, it's often said that being gay is a 'western' thing
Irish journalist and director Laura Fletcher’ travelled to South Africa to research the treatment of local LGBT people; her award-winning film will be featured at this weekend’s GAZE Film Festival.
Gay rugby team to play in Super Rugby curtain raiser this weekend
The Sydney Convicts are out to discredit stereotypes that gay people ‘can’t play tough sports like rugby’.
8 annoying things women say to gay men
“I have a friend who would be perfect for you”.
Opinion: The journey to Pride – Ireland's dark past and brightening future
We are at a crossroads in Irish history. For the sake of the generations, we must demand equality with bravery, dignity – and pride.
Over 40,000 expected to attend Dublin Pride Festival today
The parade will start at the Garden Of Remembrance and finish at Merrion Square.
Gerry Adams made a new friend
You might recognise him.
Garda band proposal to take part in Pride parade 'a sign we're on track to an equal society'
The LGBT festival takes place next month in Dublin, with the garda commissioner raising the possibility of the band taking part.
'Do you want to let Alain Rolland know that?' - Penney's pride in Munster scrum
The province’s Kiwi head coach is confident his forwards can deal with the ‘behemoth’ Toulouse pack this weekend.
Poll: Does it benefit Ireland to have Ministers travel abroad for St Patrick's Day?
A total of 28 ministers are travelling abroad for the big day.
Dublin Pride organisers invite New York Mayor to take part in annual march
Bill de Blasio’s not taking part in city’s Fifth Avenue St Patrick’s Day parade due to the organisers’ ban on pro gay-rights messages.