Last night, on Tuesday March 21, I tagged along to Q Soc and Trinity Knitting Society’s collaborative ‘Stitch and Bitch’ event in the Elizabethan room of House 6. This is not the first time these societies have come together, normally having a ‘Stitch and Bitch’ night during the spring of each year. The objective of […]
As part of Rainbow week, TCDSU Welfare and Q Soc held an event which dealt with issues surrounding sexuality and identity in general, and advice on how to find whats right for you in developing your identity and coming out. The role of allies in the LGBT community was also addressed. Speakers gave personal […]
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 lip-syncing extravaganza, perfect for all you mega-fans of RuPaul’s Drag Race. The competition took […]
Today members and friends of Q Soc Trinity’s LGBTQIA+ society gathered in Front Square to take a stand against homophobic bullying for Spirit Day. Spirit Day is held on the third Thursday of October every year as part of National Bullying Prevention Month. The event aims to fight against the bullying of the LGBTQIA+ […]
Club Philth, the annual Freshers’ Week extravaganza of drinking and debauchery co-hosted this year by the Phil, Trinity Arts Festival and Q-Soc, took place on Thursday evening. Over 800 Trinity students descended upon the Grand Social for a Studio 54-inspired party that proved to be a true highlight of the busy Trinity Freshers’ schedule. Despite […]
Jessica McKeon: “This year we want the week to really be a celebration of being LGBTQ and all that our community has achieved”
Speakers stressed the importance of visibility for the cause and the need for people to openly discuss it
Over 3,000 students have been registered to vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum during campus voting drives this year.
Robyn Page-Cowman live blogs the annual Q Soc hustings.
Aonghus Ó Cochláin Student Affairs Editor Amnesty director criticises lack of transgender rights Speakers confident of victory in same-sex marriage referendum Ireland’s history of institutionalisation means the country should “know the consequences of pretending people don’t exist,” Colm O’Gorman, the director of Amnesty International Ireland, has said. He made the comment in relation to […]