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Style Council

Putting paid to the notion that it’s the youth who lead the charge in the style stakes, each of these gorgeous portraits by Babs Daly proves that there’s no time limit on style.
Ciarán Ciarán McKinney is the manager of the Engage programme at Age And Opportunity, which promotes lifelong learning and active citizenship. Originally from Dublin, he worked for many years in sexual health services in London before returning to Ireland where he was a member of the National AIDS Steering Committee for four years.

In recent days, a UK fashion blogger shared how difficult it was to find stylish clothes for the over 50s, while an article in a major newspaper gave a list of ‘What Not To Wear’ once you reach your sixth decade, seemingly suggesting that ageing and style were distant neighbours.

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This month at GCN we celebrate the elder members of our fabulous LGBT+ family with an exceptional series of articles and opinion pieces. As our centrepiece, you'll find a glorious photographic celebration of individual style shot by the exceptional Babs Daly. There's a loving look at Bridie's Bar in The George, alongside an investigation of rural LGBT+ life. Greenbow fill us in on what it's like to be deaf in the LGBT+ community and we profile a member of Identity - the group for LGBT+ asylum seekers. There's also a hard-hitting piece on the rise in homophobic violence in Honduras. In light of news that Teach Solais could face closure, we speak to those whose lives it has changed for the better. Let’s rally the community and get behind the West's only LGBT+ resource centre