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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Pride

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Actress Ellen Page comes out in inspiring speech
The actress said that she was “tired of hiding” and “tired of lying by omission”.
'Everyone has had a part to play' - Healy lauds Ireland's collective spirit
The loosehead prop says Joe Schmidt’s side are keen not to let their emotional intensity slip.
Column: I am gay. I have always been gay. I’ve never not been gay.
I’m happy with who I am and I love this country – but I am not happy with how I get treated for how I live my life, writes Christopher Chong.
Trimble getting 'loads, loads and loads of feedback' from Schmidt
The Ulster wing crossed for a try against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium yesterday.
David Meyler shows off his tricolour shinpads after scoring against Liverpool
The Cork native paid a nice tribute to his family after putting Hull ahead at the KC Stadium.
Washington Post writer gives some useful advice to homophobic parent
Boom, roasted.
The Siva Tau: the Samoan war dance Ireland will face
Here’s what Joe Schmidt’s men will be challenged with before Saturday’s test match in Dublin.
Gilmore 'very proud' of 'courageous' Labour members who've stuck with the party
The Tánaiste was responding to news of a third resignation from Labour’s group of councillors in three days.
10 moving coming out moments to celebrate National Coming Out Day
It’s today!
Column: 'Coming out' as gay meant that, at 54, I could finally be myself
On National Coming Out Day, 68-year-old Eddie Parsons remembers growing up in an Ireland where “being gay was not an option” – and how he finally came out at the age of 54.
Tears of joy from Shane O'Donnell's brother as he watches hat-trick performance from Israel
Sometimes a picture says it all.
Column: If you care about other people, don't ignore Russia's targeting of LGBT rights
I was guilty of a blase attitude about gay rights in other countries – until I realised the extent of the discrimination taking place in Russia, writes Kristine Allen.
Video: Protesters stop Labour float during Dublin Pride parade
The protesters held up the Labour bus for about 10 – 15 minutes, a party spokesperson said.
Photos: Thousands take to the streets for Pride parade
It’s the 30th anniversary of the Dublin Pride parade.
Open Thread: Who are your top 15 Lions players of all time?
The Guardian’s judging panel today named Gareth Edwards as the pride of Britain and Ireland.
Normally I'm quiet on the pitch, but tomorrow will be different - Long
Meanwhile, Giovanni Trapattoni suggested Wes Hoolahan could play himself into contention to start against the Faroes with a good display.
Ukraine gay rights activists hold first ever march
Around one hundred gay rights activists marched in Ukraine today despite fears of violence and a court ban – marking the first gay pride event in the ex-Soviet country.
O’Connell calling for greater effort to unite young Lions
The lock has had no trouble gelling with new captain, Sam Warburton. And he joined his room-mate in demanding improved morale.
Cutting it tight: Bowe eager for involvement before Lions Tests
The Ulster wing is grateful for the confidence Warren Gatland has shown in him.
Reaction: Magnificent Munster fall just short of cracking Clermont
“They were dead after 60 minutes.” Said Ronan O’Gara after just failing to steer Munster to victory.
Football culture makes it so hard to be gay says Robbie Rodgers
The former Leeds man retired from the game when he came out as gay recently.
Sexton battling to retain focus as Lions countdown gathers pace
The Ireland number 10 admits his longing to wear the Lions jersey this summer almost got the better of him.
Southgate: A gay footballer would be accepted by team-mates
Supporters, however, are a different story entirely, says the former England defender.
Puerto Rican boxer: I came out so I could feel better about myself
Orlando Cruz became the first active fighter to reveal his homosexuality last week.
Column: I'm not just from Cloyne, not just from Cork, not just a hurler. Not just a gay man.
One of Ireland’s few openly gay sports stars, Dónal Óg Cusack delivered this speech to launch the Foyle Pride Festival 2012 this week.
Showdown: McIlroy and Woods to play in China with only pride at stake
Organisers of the October duel at Jinsha Lake say there is no prize money up for grabs.
Canucks hockey star to take part in Vancouver Pride Parade
Manny Malhotra will be joined at the event by Cutting Edges – the ‘only gay hockey club in Western Canada’.
Budapest’s Pride parade passes without incident
A strong police presence accompanied the parade, with side streets along the parade route closed to traffic to prevent any clashes.
Column: Yes, Ireland is special but fewer care than we think
We’ve done well for a small island nation, writes Mark Boyle from Japan, but we shouldn’t overstate our sense of exceptionalism: it doesn’t serve us well abroad.
Eamon Gilmore: "The time has come on gay marriage"
“The right of gay couples to marry is, quite simply, the civil rights issue of this generation, and in my opinion, its time has come”
PHOTOS: Dublin Pride hits the streets of the capital
Thousands of people attended the parade through the streets of Dublin city centre this afternoon. Here’s the best photos from it.
Dublin Pride: Massive parade and party to get underway in the city
More that 26,000 people are expected to flood the streets of Dublin for the annual event and party.
LGBT in the workplace: online toolkit launched to help employers
GLEN is launching the kit to allow organisations to get the best out of diversity.
Ireland's 'first openly gay mayor' elected
Cian O’Callaghan has been elected mayor of Fingal County Council.
Moscow police detain 40 during push for gay pride parade
Activists tried to hold two demonstrations in Moscow to demand the right to hold a gay pride parade, but they were blocked first by Orthodox Christian opponents and then by police.
Column: National pride or bald-faced bigotry? Maybe neither, or both.
Being proud to be Irish is sometime looked on as a social gaffe, writes Lisa McInerney, but that’s not always fair… and it’s not always the best way to figure out who really is racist…
Gerrard: 'I’m the captain of my local team and every day I’m blessed'
The Liverpool captain also recalled the difficult circumstances surrounding his appointment to the role in a Late Late Show interview.
Best ‘honoured’ to receive captaincy
Taking the place of Paul O’Connell, Ulster veteran Rory Best will lead the Irish side to face Scotland on Saturday.
This UFC fighter gave an absolute masterclass in the art of trash talk
If you’re going to insult somebody, this is how it should be done.