Welcome to the November/December 2019 issue of EILE Magazine!
Well, it’s nearly all over for 2019! We hope you had a good year, and we can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store!
Meanwhile, just sit back, relax, and read our Nov-Dec edition of EILE Magazine. We have music features on Nadia Vaeh, Arielle Silver and Letitia VanSant, Frances Winston reviews some great movies and gigs for us, and Brian Rochford writes on men’s fashion, and health. Lisa Reynolds looks back at an LGBT short, and Shaley Howard writes about alcohol and drug abuse in the LGBTQ community – The Pink Elephant in the Room. We have Travel features on the Carnival in Tenerife, Game of Thrones Tours in Antrim, and a feature on the US music festival, Merlefest.
So give yourself some downtime, have a look at EILE Magazine’s Nov/Dec 2019 issue, and Happy New Year from All at EILE Magazine!
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Gigi Gorgeous with wife, Nats Getty, and brother, August Getty, after interview with Reuters about LGBT rights aside of the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland, January 24, 2020 – Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Gay power couple, Gigi Gorgeous, a transgender YouTube star, and her wife, Nats Getty, are clear about why they were in Davos in the Swiss Alps for the annual meeting of the global elite – to ensure LGBT+ rights were on the agenda.
The couple, who married in a lavish ceremony in California last July, have teamed up with Nat’s fashion designer brother, August, and their mother, Ariadne Getty, to push for LGBT+ equality from within the Getty oil dynasty. Continue Reading »
The Everyman and John O’Brien Present
DEIRDRE AND THE SONS OF USNA – A Concert Performance
The Everyman and John O’Brien are proud to present Deirdre and the Sons of Usna – An Opera Concert Performance at The Everyman on Tuesday 28 January. This new concert performance comes from the team that created The Nightingale and the Rose in 2018, which received a rapturous reception at its sold-out concert performance in 2016. Continue Reading »
How will you vote in this election? Do you know where your candidate stands on LGBTI+ issues?
BeLonG To would like you to ask your election candidates to protect and advance the rights of LGBTI+ youth.
They have set out 10 commitments that the new government could include in their programme for government to improve the lives of LGBTI+ youth. With a rise in hate-crime and hate speech towards the LGBTI+ community, this is needed more than ever. Continue Reading »
Frances Winston reviews this reboot of Japanese horror film, Ju-On (The Grudge)
Directed by: Nicolas Pesce – Starring: Andrea Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye, Jacki Weaver
This was first announced in 2011 as a reboot of the 2004 Sarah Michelle Gellar remake of the Japanese horror film, Ju-On (The Grudge). Since that announcement, it has gone through a rather erratic development trajectory (I really don’t have a long enough word count to explain it here) so what we get is more of a sidequel than a reboot, as events here run alongside events in the original (American remake) movie, and its sequels (still with me – good). Continue Reading »
(Reuters Health) – While only a minority of transgender youth who want puberty-blocking medicines receive this treatment, a new study suggests they may have a lower suicide risk when they get it.
Researchers examined survey data from 20,619 transgender adults, ages 18 to 36, who described their current mental health, as well as any interest in puberty suppression when they were younger. Overall, about 17% said they had wanted to take drugs to help their outward appearance better match their gender identity when they were growing up. Continue Reading »
Mexican Ricardo Canabal gave up playing football when he was 21, unable to reconcile his sexuality with what LGBT+ campaigners say is a deep-rooted homophobia in the sport.
Now 35, he has felt able to return to the game he loves, founding his own team of gay players in one of Mexico City’s amateur LGBT+ football leagues. Younger LGBT+ players, he says, have often had an easier time.
“(Playing on the team) fills me with satisfaction,” said Canabal. “It feels like something special … it’s something unique of its kind, that few countries or few cities have.” Continue Reading »
THISISPOPBABY has announced the second edition of WHERE WE LIVE arts festival, a thrilling takeover and transformation of Project Arts Centre in the heart of Dublin city, from 11-21 March.
With 22 shows and events from some of the best storytellers and makers on the Island, this festival-within-a-festival interrogates and celebrates what it means, and how it feels, to live in Dublin and Ireland today.
Sitting within the internationally-renowned St. Patrick’s Festival, WHERE WE LIVE is made up of red-hot theatre, exhilarating music collaborations, rapid-response performance, playful and evocative visual art installations, an iconic one-off record fair, dangerous ideas and opposing views… with a little bit of dancing to top it all off. Continue Reading »