Out at last!

Twenty-five years after a brutal murder – and official Ireland’s failure to react – prompted the country’s first Gay Pride march, members of the gay community recall the slow procession towards achieving equality in Irish society.

7th June, 2008

Twenty-five years after a brutal murder – and official Ireland’s failure to react – prompted the country’s first Gay Pride march, members of the gay community recall the slow procession towards achieving equality in Irish society.

Twenty-five years ago this month, Ireland’s first ever Gay Pride march was born - from anger, arrogance and bloody violence. But just weeks before the parade took place in June 1983, a different kind of...

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