WHILE watching the Prime Time special on transgender issues in Ireland, a third-level student of my acquaintance remarked that, during her university debates, students are asked as a matter of course to give their name “and what pronoun you prefer to be addressed as”, writes
Fri, 25 Jan, 2019
JUST for a minute, Leo the Unflappable let down the guard which he had so carefully kept in place throughout the last two and half tumultuous, hectic weeks under the white-hot scrutiny of party members and the media. He had stuff to say which he had left unsaid throughout the contest, things he felt deeply about, writes
Sat, 03 Jun, 2017
A Social Democrat candidate in the last general election is seeking a meeting with the Bishop of Cloyne after he was dropped from reading at Mass because of his support for repealing abortion laws and his political affiliations.
Fri, 20 May, 2016
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has found that RTÉ broadcaster Ray D’Arcy did not breach its code of fairness, objectivity, and impartiality when he welcomed the passing of the marriage equality referendum on-air last summer.
Fri, 29 Jan, 2016
I hate to break it to Frank O’Meara (“Same sex marriage is not true marriage”, Irish Examiner, letters, November 16) but the Marriage Equality referendum actually took place six months ago and Frank’s side lost. Resoundingly.
Wed, 18 Nov, 2015