Here’s what’s happening as we head into week 8Georgina Francis
As we return from Reading Week to realisation of how little reading we actually completed, week 8 offers us a variety of events to distract us. This week is TCDSU Rainbow Week, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community, and there …
Kicking off Rainbow Week yesterday, Q Soc hosted an intense lip-syncing battle to start this campaign week with a bangRory Codd
This week is Rainbow Week in Trinity College, and what better way to get people involved than with an intense lip-syncing competition? Last night’s ‘Lip Sync For Your Life!’ event, hosted by none other than Trinity’s Q Soc, was a …
SU President Kieran McNulty launches petition to extend access to gender neutral bathrooms to TBSIStacy Wrenn
Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President Kieran McNulty has launched a petition for the College Board to create gender-neutral bathrooms in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) on Pearse Street following the implementation of three gender neutral bathrooms in …
Elle Loughran and Rory Codd reflect back upon the wonderful and wacky weekend at the LGBTQ USI training courseEditor
Pink Training, a crash course in LGBTQ issues held by USI in University College Cork over the last weekend of November, consisted of a series of workshops, talks and social events for LGBTQ students and allies, from Non-Binary 101 to …
In this series, Trinity Life Editor Úna Harty attempts to bridge the gap between Trinity students and their relationship with different aspects of their lives.Una Harty
Sexuality is possibly one of the most complex aspects of the human race. It underpins a large part of how we interact with our peers and can significantly contribute to a person’s well-being; from personality traits to lifestyle choices.
While the Yes vote was a victory for the LGBTQ community in Ireland, it is being used to entrench many other forms of oppression.Rory O'Neill
It is approaching a year since Ireland became the first country to legalise marriage between people of the same gender via referendum. Speaking in Dublin Castle after the result was announced, Enda Kenny declared, “All people will now have an …
After passing a motion at December’s SU Council, Samuel Riggs sets out Trinity’s campaign against the outright ban on gay men donating blood in Ireland.Tadgh Healy
May 2015 is remembered by many as the month Ireland granted equal citizenship to all its citizens regardless of their sexuality. At Dublin Castle, rainbow flags were raised aloft as the institution of marriage was opened to all men and …
There are a lot of intersectional feminists who will give trans men free passes when it comes to acceptable feminist behaviour, passes that they would never give to cis men. I don’t accept these free passes.Felix O'Connor
I glance at my phone and see a red number – fifteen – in the corner of my Twitter app. I don’t even have to open it to know what I’m getting notifications about.
About a month ago I made …
The event is a condensed version of USI’s annual weekend workshop, Pink Training, and consisted of 6 hour-long workshops.Conall Carlos Monaghan
Pink Day, a day of workshops introducing students to LGBTQ issues, jointly organised by Trinity Students’ Union (SU) and Q Soc, took place for the first time in college on Saturday.
The event is a condensed version of the Union …
Una Mullaly claims that it is “a fallacy” to believe that the Republic has done all that it can now that the marriage equality referendum has been passedUna Harty
The Hist, in association with Trinity Q Soc, held their first panel discussion of the year on the future of the LGBTQ movement in Ireland on Thursday last. The panel consisted of Una Mullaly, journalist for the Irish Times and …