Sex & Relationships

Summer Lovin’

An insight into the life of a Trinity student as they explored their sexuality this summer

Setting off on my first university summer as a single woman, I decided that I was going to have a peaceful and healing summer, focusing on myself before heading on my Erasmus year. The past academic year was full of

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My first-hand experience with transgender healthcare in Ireland

A trans student discusses what it is like to access gender-affirming medication through the HSE today

There are many issues with the Irish healthcare system which each contend for public attention, such as the need for secular free healthcare or the exploitation of junior hospital staff or nurses. Of course, these issues are of utmost importance

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Getting Checked

A visit to the gynecologist, and reflections on sexual and reproductive healthcare

I am not registered with a GP.

Somewhere in the haze of school to bigger school to university, one city and one country to another, I never did the paperwork. I was aware, as one is aware of things like …

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Life after sexual assault

Relearning to love oneself after trauma is scary, but it doesn’t have to be done alone

This article contains discussion of sexual assault.

It was over a year after my assault that I finally had sex again. At first, it didn’t matter that I was in a loving relationship full of trust and goodness, both of

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Op-ed: Postgraduate and “casual” teaching staff are taken for granted by Trinity

A Trinity TA opens up about about the precarity of being a teacher in an Irish university

Contrary to popular belief, teaching and lecturing at university by no means automatically guarantees secure employment, ample time to pursue research, and a cosy office in which to do it. Over the past decade or so, especially since the recession