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REELING IN THE YEARS: 20GAYTEEN

2018 has been a memorable year for the Irish LGBT+ community with GCN reporting on over 1,400 stories on our site alone. Here are just some of the milestones and highlights for Ireland’s LGBT+ community over the past 365 days.

JANUARY

January 20: Trans Healthcare March Takes Place in Dublin

Hundreds of people march to Leinster House to petition the government for better access to healthcare for trans people.

January 24: Ireland Says No To TERFs

An Irish feminist collective of over 1,000 individuals sign an open letter to British trans-exclusionary radical ‘feminists’ (TERFs) who were planning an event in Dublin telling them they were not welcome here.

FEBRUARY

February 10: GCN Turns 30 On February 10 we remembered the day in 1986 when GCN was founded by Tonie Walsh and Catherine Glendon.

MARCH

March 6: LGBT Ireland Launch

In Dublin’s Mansion House, the Minister for Children And Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone, TD, officially launches LGBT Ireland as a national service provider and advocacy organisation.

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We’re closing our 30th anniversary celebrations with a bang, celebrating the year of the activist. With that in mind, we arranged for community leaders to speak to the next generation of trailblazers as both sides share their experiences. A Brazilian writer living in Ireland takes a look at his home country following the election of Bolsonaro, while Marty St Clair, one of the scientists behind the discovery of AZT, speaks about the beginnings of the battle against HIV and AIDS. Frank McDonald stops by to talk about his recently released memoirs. There’s an essential look at mental health in the queer community, and the people behind the awesome Dublin Lesbian Line tell us their plans for the future. You can also expect a roundup of a momentous year for LGBTQI+ folk and your community magazine. We couldn’t have done it without you, dear readers!