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LGBT Girls: Health & Fitness

Meet some members of the group, LGBT Girls: Health and Fitness, and ind out what sports mean to them.


“I first became seriously involved in health and fitness in my mid-20s. I managed to give up cigarettes after 12 years of smoking and began to take my health more seriously. I lost a few pounds and felt more confident, bit it wasn’t until I joined a women’s lifting gym that I really began to understand exactly what physical activity could do for me.

The effects exercise has on my health are both social and psychological; the physical changes have impacted on my overall wellbeing which culminated in an improved lifestyle. I have taken up triathlon training and I am aiming to complete the Dublin Iron man 70.3 in August of this year.

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The brand new Dublin Pride issue of GCN features a stunning cover image by London-Irish writer and photographer, PP Hartnett, and an interview about interrogating the flip side of the gay community through his work. We also talk to maverick trans rapper, Mykki Blanco about his life post abandoning Trump’s America. Will Vladimir Putin go to war with Chechnya over the region's gay purge? We analyse the situation. Our editor goes to New York to attend a meeting of Gays Against Guns, one year on from the Pulse massacre in Orlando. We meet Irish HIV activists who are taking inspiration from the fierce examples set by ACT UP NYC at the peak of the AIDS crisis, and we talk to Joni Crone, the first ever lesbian to appear on The Late Late Show in 1980 for a legendary interview. And that’s just a flavour of what we’ve got in store for you this month!