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GCN’s brand new custom tablet edition makes for a super-interactive reading experience on your tablet and our mobile-optimised view makes reading about gay Ireland on the go even easier, giving you a greater connection to Ireland’s inspirational, world-class gay magazine.

Since it was first published in 1988, GCN (Gay Community News) has been providing a uniquely Irish angle on LGBT culture, news, politics, entertainment, celebrity and lifestyle for a devoted readership. Published monthly, we have grown to become the most recognised and established gay magazine in Ireland, leading the way with top-rate journalism, fantastic production values and outstanding content.

For almost 30 years, we’ve stood firm as the best-known and best-loved publication for readers who value us for exactly what we are: a one-stop, absolutely essential resource, and the ultimate authority on everything that’s happening in gay Ireland and beyond, leading the way with intelligence, attitude and Irish wit. GCN is a beautiful, up-to-the-minute, queer magazine that is never afraid to pull punches. GCN never fails to get right to the heart of what’s important to LGBT people today, while serving up the best in lifestyle and celebrity content too.
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382 Welcome to the first issue of GCN for 2024! As the cover designed by Dave Darcy suggests, in this issue we will spotlight the upcoming Irish referendums and hope to see you at the polls very soon! A couple of filmland’s hottest Irish hunks, Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal join us to promote their heart-wrenching new film, All of Us Strangers One article looks at the rise of the far-right and suggests how to prevent it, while Liberate Sudan call for solidarity, over a genocide that has killed over 12,000 people. We highlight the drag kings taking the nation by storm, the return of Bear Féile, and queer comedians prove why laughter is the best medicine. The voices of the ace community debunk a huge misconception surrounding asexuality. We continue our series profiling the founding members of Ireland’s Sexual Liberation Movement. In this issue, we celebrate Hugo McManus. Finally, we pay tribute to Tina Kolos Orban, a tireless champion for trans rights and visibility, who passed away earlier this month. Rest in Power. In that spirit, let us continue to raise our voices against the inexcusable violence happening around the globe, and stand together in unity and solidarity.


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Welcome to the first issue of GCN for 2024!
As the cover designed by Dave Darcy suggests, in this issue we will spotlight the upcoming Irish referendums and hope to see you at the polls very soon!
A couple of filmland’s hottest Irish hunks, Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal join us to promote their heart-wrenching new film, All of Us Strangers
One article looks at the rise of the far-right and suggests how to prevent it, while Liberate Sudan call for solidarity, over a genocide that has killed over 12,000 people.
We highlight the drag kings taking the nation by storm, the return of Bear Féile, and queer comedians prove why laughter is the best medicine.
The voices of the ace community debunk a huge misconception surrounding asexuality.
We continue our series profiling the founding members of Ireland’s Sexual Liberation Movement. In this issue, we celebrate Hugo McManus.
Finally, we pay tribute to Tina Kolos Orban, a tireless champion for trans rights and visibility, who passed away earlier this month. Rest in Power.
In that spirit, let us continue to raise our voices against the inexcusable violence happening around the globe, and stand together in unity and solidarity.
read more read less
GCN’s brand new custom tablet edition makes for a super-interactive reading experience on your tablet and our mobile-optimised view makes reading about gay Ireland on the go even easier, giving you a greater connection to Ireland’s inspirational, world-class gay magazine.

Since it was first published in 1988, GCN (Gay Community News) has been providing a uniquely Irish angle on LGBT culture, news, politics, entertainment, celebrity and lifestyle for a devoted readership. Published monthly, we have grown to become the most recognised and established gay magazine in Ireland, leading the way with top-rate journalism, fantastic production values and outstanding content.

For almost 30 years, we’ve stood firm as the best-known and best-loved publication for readers who value us for exactly what we are: a one-stop, absolutely essential resource, and the ultimate authority on everything that’s happening in gay Ireland and beyond, leading the way with intelligence, attitude and Irish wit. GCN is a beautiful, up-to-the-minute, queer magazine that is never afraid to pull punches. GCN never fails to get right to the heart of what’s important to LGBT people today, while serving up the best in lifestyle and celebrity content too.

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