It is the afternoon of the recent Marriage Equality Referendum and Belinda McKeon has just arrived in Dublin from her home in New York. Although the Longford-born writer has lived in Brooklyn for the last ten years, when she heard that there was a referendum, she knew that she would come home to vote.
“It is a massively important issue,” she says. “It is about equality not sexuality, and it should not have taken [Ireland]...
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