Episode 12 - So Sorry To Catch You On Your Mobile

  • The Eurovision is an international song contest held once a year. During it contestants representing their home countries sing and perform in the hope of winning the public vote.
  • If you are LGBT+ in the workplace and would like to help develop LGBT+ policies in your workplace you should start by reaching out to your HR colleagues and your CSR colleagues.  
  • Troye Sivan performed his song "My My My" with Taylor Swift. Click here to see it.
  • The Belfast March for Marriage Equality takes place in the coming weeks on the 2nd of June at 2.30pm. Full details can be found
  • You can check out the new Years & Years song by clicking here and Troye Sivan's new song Bloom by clicking here.

Episode 9 - Masc For Beyoncé

  • MILK is a movie about the life of Harvey Milk. Harvey Milk was an American politician and the first openly gay elected official in the history of California. The movie is currently available on Netflix. 
  • The Kremlin is a LGBT nightclub located in Belfast. Details can be found by clicking here.
  • The Dublin Pride Run occurs every June in Phoenix Park. It's a 5km fun run and more information can be found here.

Episode 4 - Coming Out

  • Tom Daley and Lance Black have announced that they are having a baby. See the announcement post by clicking here.
  • Adam Rippon announcing he's a Glamazon Bitch Ready for the runway. For more information click here.
  • Courage is a song by Villagers; to listen click here.
  • Queer Eye is a Netflix reboot of the show Queer Eye For the Straight Guy. The show follows five gay men who makeover the lives of individuals that call upon them. Shane gives it a 10 out of 7. You can watch the trailer by clicking here.
  • Scorch is a play running from the 13th of February to the 3rd of March and is described as being a story of first love through the eyes of a gender-curious teen. Click here to find out more.

Coming Out Resources

  • BeLonG To are an Irish support group for young LGBT+ people. You can find their homepage by clicking here.
  • LGBT Helpline are a support resource for LGBT+ people. They offer phone conversation support and web chat support during set hours and are manned by LGBT+ people. You can find out more details by clicking here.

Episode 3 - Pizza Man Of Dreams

  • G.A.S.S (The Great & Secret Show) is a monthly LGBT+ night that is housed in the Roisin Dubh in Galway and is taking place this Friday the 16th of February. More information can be found here.
  • HIV Ireland are hosting a 1 day workshop on HIV and STI's in Phibsboro on Thursday the 22nd of February. Tickets cost €55 and can be found here.
  • "Keep Not Silent" is being shown by the Dublin filmqlub on February 17th. More information can be found here.
  • Prhomo relaunch party is taking place on February 15th in Bad Bob's Rooftop Bar. You can find the facebook event page here.

Episode 2 - Boys Can't Commit

  • Queer University: An Intervarsity Panel Discussion. DCU, DIT, DkIT, IADT, ITB, NCI, NUIG, UCD and RCSI present, Queer University: The Influence of LGBTQ+ Societies on Allyship and Their Impact on The Community. For more information click here.
  • Ru Paul's Drag Race is a reality TV show hosted by Ru Paul where drag queens compete for the coveted title of America's Next Drag Superstar. For more information click here.

Episode 1 - Stop Interrupting My Story About My Husband

  • Call Me By Your Name - A romantic coming of age drama film featuring two male protagonist characters who enter into a relationship together in 1980s Northern Italy. Click here for more information.
  • Troye Sivan - A male gay musician who rose to fame on youtube before focusing solely on music. Click here for more information.
  • Yance Ford the director of the documentary Strong Island and a Trans Man, becomes the first Transgender Person to be nominated for an Oscar.
  • "If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You". A raucous and unlikely romantic drama, twenty feet up.
  • Gender Recognition Act - The Gender Recognition Act 2015 allows a person to be legally recognised as their gender by the state. The act has been seen as progressive, however, there are still a number of ways in which it can be improved to be more inclusive and accesible. A review is currently taking place with submissions to the review group open until February 5th 2018. More information here.