By Lewis Oakley, a bisexual, UK-based, activist. When researching the state of mental health for bisexual people, two things are clear: first, their mental health problems are worse than the average person’s, and second, there aren’t many people working on a solution. Some of the most prominent research available comes from the Office for National Statistics […]
Welcome to the September/October 2018 issue of EILE Magazine Bursting with goodies, this edition sees some great musical artistes gracing our pages, like STF, Jared Dylan, MIKA and the NI’s Japanese Popstars. Scott De Buitléir interviews longtime LGBT and civil rights activist, Tonie Walsh, about his upcoming show, I AM TONIE WALSH, and Stephen Spillane raises […]
Scott De Buitléir writes from San Francisco about an LGBT history lesson worth cherishing.
Welcome to the July/August 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this jam-packed edition of EILE Magazine, our music section features some great bands, with news on LA based No Small Children, The West Coast Feed, and OCNSide. Frances Winston gives her very witty take on current films, especially The Meg, and we bring you New York […]
Welcome to the May/June 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this issue, Pride month has come round once again, and along with some great Dublin Pride events, our Furry Friends, the Dublin Bears, have some treats in store, starting with a fundraiser game show for Gay Switchboard Ireland. Our music section includes Slovenian Anja Kotar, […]
Welcome to the March/April 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this jam-packed issue, our music section features an interview with our own Sarah Sylvia, we have soul from Samuel J, and jazz from Darryl Yokley. We interview graphic designer-turned-author, Glenn Quigley, about his new LGBT-themed book, The Moth And The Moon, and in theatre, the North-West […]
By Robert Shine of New Ways Ministry The blog Daily Theology had an interesting back-and-forth about [pro-LGBT] Fr. James Martin, SJ’s book, Building a Bridge. The conversation centered on whether academic theologians have sufficiently engaged a book that has been making sizable waves in the Church, as well as about who should be doing public theology. “In […]