The June 2015 issue of EILE Magazine is now available to download and read for free!In this month’s issue, we get some personal views from Gráinne Healy, Kieran Rose, Maria Keogh and Mark Kelly about the Marriage Referendum. We also take a look at this year’s Dublin LGBTQ Pride with Jason Flynn, and feature California-based duo Karmin! All this and so much more, including music, menswear, history, film, opinion, travel, health, and news, are now available in the latest issue of EILE Magazine! Simply click on the cover icon to take a look!
Russian journalist, Dmitry Kiselyov, is apparently evolving in his attitude to gay relationships, even if not actually endorsing equal marriage.
Kiselyov, appointed by Putin in 2013 as head of the offical Russian government-owned international news agency, Rossiya Segodnya, is more famous for his stance that LGBT people should not be allowed to donate blood or organs, among other anti-gay statements, and his anti-American rants.
However, in his coverage of the American Supreme Court decision to allow equal marriage, he appears to have spoken out in favour of Civil Partnerships. Continue Reading »
Mozambique has overturned an anti-gay law which has been on the law books since Portuguese colonial times.A new penal code, signed into law in December last, came into effect yesterday, Monday 29th, and effectively decriminalises homosexuality, which has been a crime in Mozambique since 1886.
However, since 1975, when the country became independent, no-one has been arrested for the offence of “vices against nature”. Continue Reading »
The joy was palpable.Each person marching had pride in their stride! The crowd of over 50,000 held flags and banners aloft, as they marched as one mass, with smiling faces painted and brightly-coloured clothes. Continue Reading »
After Friday’s (26th) sweeping ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States, striking down bans on marriage equality in all 50 states, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, called on state officials to act with all deliberate speed to remove remaining obstacles to marriage equality. Continue Reading »
It’s Sunday afternoon, and I’m in the living room of my apartment, occasionally throwing my eyes up to glimpse at some classic episode of Friends. Meanwhile, my boyfriend naps after his post-Pride breakfast, snoring softly on the sofa. It might sound like a disappointingly mundane way to start off a column piece about Dublin Pride, but that’s intentional – because equality also means normality. Continue Reading »
Dave Nuremberg is the nom de guerre of Dublin based electronic music writer/producer, Trevor O’Reilly.
Better known as half of Dublin act Ambulance, he has released music both as a solo act and as part of other collaborations on labels such as Planet μ, Frontend Synthetics, The Fear and Risc Records. His music influence varies from krautrock to grind core to 80’s soundtracks to name but a few. Continue Reading »
Winding down on Sunday after such an action-packed Pride Day on Saturday, it’s time to reflect on those loved ones not lucky enough to be with us for these historic celebrations.
The George, George’s Street, Dublin 2.