Scott De Buitléir writes from an England that is trying to re-aquaint itself with the Democratic Unionist Party, and sees that now could be a turning point for LGBT rights in Northern Ireland. Never let it be said that British politics is dull; if anything, recent events have given playwrights and screenwriters a plethora of […]
Brian Ward gives his opinion on the rise of conservative politics after recent terror attacks, and the conservative policies of first gay upcoming Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar I have avoided commenting on recent events, more because I have found it hard to articulate the horror that has befallen the poor people of Manchester and London. What […]
Scott De Buitléir can see why the world is in awe of a gay Taoiseach, but the Irish aren’t.
Welcome to the May/June issue of EILE Magazine! EILE’s music section this month offers an eclectic selection, as we feature Phoenix, Catherine McGrath, Emily Keener, The Howlin’ Souls, and Evan Westfal. Brian Rochford writes on pain management , and Lisa Reynolds writes on Stephen Fry and religion. Frances Winston reviews some new movies, and our Travel […]
From Women’s Aid NI, this is an opinion piece on the death of Connie Leonard, and the risk that more women face in the current climate. However, it might equally apply to any victim of domestic abuse The murder of Concepta Leonard is a tragedy -a tragedy, and so much more than that. She must […]
Welcome to the April issue of EILE Magazine! In our music section for April, we feature UK band Royal Blood and Nashville band Paramore, and for drama, we have news of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2017. Brian Rochford writes on whether or not to detox , and Mark Anthony tells us how to […]
Scott De Buitléir comments on the latest crisis to hit the LGBT community, to which everyone should be vocally protesting.