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Q Soc and friends raise spirits for LGBTQIA+ homophobic bullying awareness day

Deputy Trinity Life Editor, Alice Whelan, celebrates Spirit Day, a day which promotes solidarity in the LGBTQIA+ community in the fight against homophobic bullying


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


SU joins movement against ban on MSM blood donation.

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.


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 …


SU and Q Soc hold new training day to raise awareness of LGBTQ issues

The event is a condensed version of USI’s annual weekend workshop, Pink Training, and consisted of 6 hour-long workshops.


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