Dublin city centre became party central this evening after an historic referendum result which saw marriage equality enshrined in our Constitution.
After the official declaration confirmed the 62% Yes vote, campaigners and voters took to the streets around Dublin Castle to celebrate the result.
One protester bearing a Bible message ("Repent ye, and believe the Gospel") on a large placard shouted 'You are evil' at revellers, but failed to dampen the good cheer.
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For a short period, the man was surrounded by people shouting 'God loves gays', while he folded his arms over his sign.
The man left the area soon after - and the party went on.
Just over 62% supported changing the Constitution, with more than 1.2 million people turning out in support of marriage equality.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar, who recently came out publicaly as a gay man, welcomed the vote and said the campaign had been a "social revolution".