The first big Pride festivals of the year have started and we were happy to represent Belfast Pride this weekend in the brilliant sunshine at Dublin Pride. You can follow the link below to find out more and see some photos from the day. We are putting the final touches to the Belfast Pride Festival programme…
On Thursday 31st of July in The MAC, Amnesty International’s annual Belfast Pride event will host Ireland’s favourite gender discombobulist, the wonderful Panti Bliss. Earlier this year Panti took to the stage of Dublin’s Abbey Theatre to stand up against Homophobia and soon after her speech went viral online attracting over half a million…
The sun is struggling today so far but we Have A Dream that it won’t be a problem on this Sunday evening in July – you might even need sunglasses to protect your Angel Eyes…Ahem. You can plan to enjoy your picnic at City Hall or come in to town and get something to eat…
Today we're marking #TransDayOfVisibility and making it clear that Belfast Pride and over 170 Prides across the world stand with Trans people. Today and all year long we celebrate Trans people and oppose all discrimination.
#bproud2021 #TDOV https://t.co/dSYtUItRao
Today mark the end of many years of campaigning for Marriage Equality as the last hurdle was overcome with the first couples converting Civil Partnerships to marriages. LGBT+ couples are no longer less equal than other citizens in this important area of law.
Today we have been marking Transgender Day of Remembrance to remember and honour the victims of transphobia. We need to challenge bias and support Trans and Non Binary people, reject mis-information and join the calls for Rights and Better Health-care.
#TDoR2020 #bproud2020 https://t.co/d4BhJ1XFff
Pride events are about equality for all of the LGBT+ community - celebrating our lives and protesting for rights. Making a stand for human rights including Trans Rights and racial equality is not 'controversial' and infringing on the rights of BBC staff is unfair.