The July issue of EILE Magazine, featuring the wonderful Conchita Wurst, is now available to download and read for free!In this month’s issue, Eurovision winner Conchita talks about LGBT rights, equal marriage and why she has a soft spot for Ireland. We look at fostering in the first of our new series on LGBT parenting, and also take a look at the upcoming Cork Pride festival later this month. Also this month, we get the latest on up-and-coming music, like Smoke Season in Los Angeles, GANGS in Dublin and Paul M in London, not to mention our regular music and film reviews from Dublin and Auckland. Film with Frances and Fashion with Mark and Lisa are also treats in store, just click on EILE Magazine! (right).
PinkSixty’s Colin Fallesen reports today’s latest LGBT news from London, including: John Barrowman’s gay kiss at Commonwealth Games opening; Pride House Glasgow; Trans rallying call; Mr Gay India; Gay characters in US superhero shows.
For more from PinkSixty, visit their website.
An overwhelming majority of Australians now believe that marriage equality should be allowed in Australia, according to a new Australian Marriage Equality poll.
Mark Textor, of Crosby|Textor, who conducted the poll on AME’s behalf, said: Continue Reading »
In light of the recent events taking place between Israel and Gaza, an interesting documentary by the BBC World Service may now be more relevant than ever when it comes to the debate surrounding Israel’s promotion of LGBT rights and accusations by its critics of ‘pinkwashing’. Continue Reading »
The World Aids Conference, held in Melbourne this year, saw a glimmer of hope for AIDS sufferers today through the work of a Danish University.
The conference heard that a pilot study by HIV researchers in Denmark has shown that an anti-cancer drug can activate hidden HIV.
The researchers, from Aarhus University, described the first stages of what has become known as a ‘kick and kill’ policy, where the aim is to force the virus out of its hiding place in cells, and then kill the virus and destroy the hiding place.
Six volunteers with HIV took part in the study, which concentrated on patients on anti-retroviral Continue Reading »
PinkSixty News‘ Colin Fallesen presents today’s 60-second LGBT news report from London, featuring American politics, the Indian government’s labelling hijras, a new Scottish LGBT news website launch and Benedict Cumberbatch starring in The Imitation Game, opening this year’s BFI Flame, the London LGBT film festival.
The LGBT news programme, PinkSixty, will now be featured regularly on weekday afternoons on EILE Magazine from this week, giving you regular news updates for the LGBT community.
Every weekday afternoon, PinkSixty’s Colin Fallesen will present the regular 60-second LGBT news report, which will be launched on EILE Magazine later today (if you haven’t watched PinkSixty before, the above is yesterday’s report). In a new partnership between EILE in Ireland and PinkSixty in London, readers of EILE will be able to catch the latest news each afternoon, right here on eile.ie.
For more information about PinkSixty, visit pinksixtynews.tv.
Neon Jungle are a four-piece UK band formed in 2013. Shereen Cutkelvin, Amira McCarthy, Jess Plummer, and Asami Zdrenka’s single ‘Braveheart’ shot to Number 4 in the UK Single Charts. They describe their sound as raw and versatile, and their latest single is just that.
For more info on Neon Jungle, visit their Google+ page.