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Pride in Cork & Galway

Continuing to keep the country rainbow coloured, this month sees Cork and Galway throw their own annual Pride celebrations from July 29 to August 5. With the theme of #ThisIsMe, the county will host a range of events catering to the LGBT+ community.

Head to Youghal with bucket and spade in hand for Pride By The Sea, a beach-bound bash for the whole family. There’ll be live music, a mouth watering BBQ, and, best of all, a sandcastle competition.

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We’ve got so much to talk about in this month’s issue, we’d better get started! Leading the charge is our cover star Conor O’Brien, the voice behind The Villagers. Conor dropped in to talk about their new album and what it’s like being an out gay man in the business. On a further musical note, Irish electro band Eden celebrate 20 years in the industry. They had many a tale to tell and GCN was delighted to listen! The GAZE film festival takes over cinema screens this month so we caught up with Desiree Akhavan, the writer and director of the much-lauded gay conversion therapy film The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, along with the creators of the essential documentary Outitude, detailing the history of Ireland’s lesbian community. On a more serious note, Evgeny Shtorn details his escape from Russian persecution only to be caught in the bureaucracy that is Ireland’s Direct Provision System. Plus Jamie Brady provides a hard-hitting photo essay on the effects on Grindr on the young male psyche. With all that awesome content on offer, you better start reading now!

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Other Articles in this Issue

Editor’s Letter
The amendment to the Children and Family Relationships Bill needs to fully take into account the way same-sex people are having children...
Who Are Your Favourite Queer Music Artists?
This month we’re having words about…
Bound to be one of the crown jewels in the glittering tiara that is the upcoming Gaze Dublin International LGBT+ Film Festival...
One of the first out gay men to stand for election in Britain, our latest guest on Q+A is Peter Tatchell.
Merchant Ivory’s much loved and lauded 1987 film adaptation of EM Forster's classic gay novel, Maurice makes a welcome return to the IFI this month.
Sunway holidays have teamed up with GCN to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a fabulous seven-night Mediterranean cruise for two. The lucky pair will be flown to sunny Barcelona and pampered from the moment they step aboard the magnificent ship
Purveyors of the finest luxury men’s suits and designer clothing in Dublin, Louis Copeland & Sons have released their latest brochure.
Theatre goers hitting the Galway Fringe should make a point of grabbing a ticket for Men At Play, a hilarious but hard-hitting look at male identity.
The archive at Gay Switchboard Ireland has provided ripe pickings for a range of t-shirts on sale at Dublin’s Hen’s Teeth on Fade Street.
Pride Month saw different sorts of protests at parades around the world. Americans reacted to the latest utterances of their president, while here in Europe there was a bit of everything.
What’s keeping Stephen Boylan up at night this month?
Author of hit dating blog, ‘The Guyliner’, Justin Myers has found just as much success with his irst novel, The Last Romeo.
Screening at this year’s GAZE, Desiree Akhavan’s Sundance award-winning film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post tackles coming of age in a gay conversion therapy camp circa 1993.
In banning gay conversion therapy, Ireland would further distance itself from the acceleration of turmoil and hate in a fractured world.
In the first of a series of interviews with LGBT+ asylum seekers in Ireland, Brian Finnegan meets sociologist Evgeny Shtorn, who had to suddenly leave his home in Russia’s St. Petersburg.
Photo Essay
Photographer Jamie Brady worked with users of Grindr on a project which interrogates how dating apps have become an introduction to the LGBT community for young gay men.
With the upcoming release of his new album, The Art Of Pretending To Swim and a show at the latest big music festival on the block, All Together Now, Conor O’Brien from The Villagers sits down with Peter Dunne to talk the commercialisation of Pride, the relief of coming out, and taking a new musical direction
Releasing a singles collection to mark two decades in the business, Ian Henderson and Mark Power of the band Eden talk with Peter Dunne about record deals, gay boybands, cruising on Coronation Street, and still making music 20 years on
Community News
We're planning a very special Weddings issue with a feature about wedded gay and lesbian couple who met through the pages of this here publication.
Having repeatedly noted a dearth in representation of the Irish lesbian experience on the screen, the makers of a new documentary showing at this year’s GAZE decided to take matters into their own hands. The result is Outitude, a film that is as grassroots as the lesbian movement it charts, as director and producer Sonya Mulligan and Ger Moane, tell Aoife O’Connor
Community Chest
A state apology for the criminalisation of gay men in Ireland is not enough, and the event in Dublin castle to celebrate it didn’t give justice to the silenced
Angie Dukakis has a third nipple, and…