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Practice your tongue-pop and leave your back rolls at home: it’s time to get drop dead gorgeous with RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Alyssa Edwards.

When Ms Edwards hits Dublin’s Liberty Hall on March 16, expect a fully functional one-woman charade with more stories than Enid Blyton and more hairspray than Peter Marks. And you better believe this kween can stomp the runway too, so you know tickets are gonna fly faster than Adore Delano did in All Stars 2.

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Want to support LGBT+ charity ShoutOut and look super fly at the same time?
Keep March 9 free in your calender for a night of queer techno, house and electro beats.
This month sees the launch of a new live music club night for queers and their pals.
Hold on to your pearls, gurls, because everyone’s favourite abandoned-at-a-bus-stop-by-her-mother
After a break of six years, Robert O'Connor's new single is a big love anthem with an unforgettable hook.
Together illustrator Jill Deering and printmaker Gillian Henderson have created the collaborative studio, Jill & Gill, producing much sought-after prints and apparel, including their new ‘Boss Lady’ tees
How will the aftermath of the referendum to Repeal the 8th roll out?
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Does Camila Cabello’s debut album live up to the success of ‘Havana’?
As Bear Féile makes its annual return to the Dublin scene, Nigel Connor looks at bear culture and the paradoxes that come together to make up a bear.
Once I was told in a gay bar that I was too fat and hairy to be part of gay culture. The bear subculture taught me different.
To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the power of queer female activists in Ireland. Aifric Ní Chríodáin meets the women on the frontlines.
Legendary queer activist, feminist and author Sarah Schulman will be in Dublin this month to speak as part of the Where We Live festival. As Ireland gears up for the referendum on the 8th amendment, she talks to Roísin McVeigh about how successful movements are created and sustained, and the challenges activism must overcome in the age of the hashtag
There’s an average of one HIV diagnosis every 18 hours in Ireland, half of those in gay and bisexual men Meanwhile in England, recent data reveals the irst downturn in HIV diagnoses among gay and bisexual men since records began. Not only do we have a health crisis on our hands, says Will St Leger of ACT UP Dublin, we have a political crisis too
This month, on behalf of Teva Pharmaceuticals Ireland, we asked our readers online to participate in a survey that examined a number of areas in relation to PrEP, such as sexual health, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), attitudes around HIV, and awareness and use of PrEP amongst the LGBT+ community
As a GLAAD report shows a dip in acceptance of LGBTs in America, the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy takes all the elements of the original and repackages them to fly in the face of the Trump administration’s rollback on acceptance
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OUTstanding Ireland's Winter Reception celebrated companies striving for LGBT+ diversity in Ireland.
When he moved to Ireland ive years ago to be with his Irish partner, Jonathan Weir began volunteering with LGBT+ organisations so that he could become more involved with the community. This experience has led him to becoming the Ireland Country Manager with OUTstanding, a global membership organisation for businesses that strives for positive change in the workplace for LGBT+ people
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