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the art of politics

Queer writer and artist Scottee discusses making political art, the need to battle Brexit fatigue and how it is marginalised communities who always seem to bear the brunt. Photos by Brian Teeling.

My pal Louise McSharry tweeted this week that she’s pulling the duvet over herself and re-emerging when the Brex-shit storm is over... and I’m tempted to join her. She, like many of us, has had enough and is ready for something else to populate our lives and feeds.

Feature - Opinion Scottee – Brexit – Art

Political fatigue has me in its grasp - I’m overwhelmed by the jargon, can’t see a route through the right-wing mess-making, apathy has set in and so burying my head feels like a sensible option in self preservation.

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In this travel-themed issue of GCN, we profile LGBT+ Irish people who have made new lives abroad and at the same time welcome the new members to our queer family who have travelled from around the globe to make Ireland their home. Inside you’ll find tips from travellers with ideas on where you could plan that next trip. With relationships with other countries forefront in our minds, we also take a look at Brexit, how it affects us currently and what it could mean for the future.