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Discover Barcelona with Rainbow Barcelona Tours

Rainbow Barcelona Tours opens a brand new informative service for both local and foreign gay/lesbian tourists. Included are great leisure offers for the city, so you can make the most of your stay, as well as a new world of knowledge about gay history in Barcelona, one of the most avant-garde cities that defends the rights for the gay community.

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Irish Minister has come out as gay


Irish Minister Leo Varadkar has publicly come out as gay. He is the first openly gay Irish minister.
In the interview with RTE Radio he said he decided to speak about his sexuality, because as a minister, he would be campaigning for the referendum in support of same-sex marriage.

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You are invited to "Share the Love"

Marriage Equality is launching a crowd-funding initiative this Sunday (18th January) at 2pm in the Panti Bar, Capel Street, Dublin.

The "Share the Love" campaign runs until Valentine’s Day. In the four-weeks Marriage Equality hopes to attract small donations from thousands of supporters to fund a campaign for the marriage equality referendum campaign.

"Share the Love invites people to invest in history by making a small donation which will help secure a yes vote in the referendum. We believe that by acting together Irish voters can ensure that this Valentine’s Day will be the last for our laws of discrimination." - says Andrew Hyland, the Director of Marriage Equality.

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Civic Forum on Gender Recognition
On14th January Senator Zappone hosted the first Civic Forum on Gender Recognition in Irish Parliament.

"This was a gathering of interested, passionate, engaged citizens, impacted by the law that is coming and want to influence it - as we all should when our fundamental rights are at stake," said Senator Zappone. "As a law-maker, I am keen to see that the human rights of trans people are progressed in a just, fair and equal manner."

Gender Recognition legislation is scheduled to be debated in the Seanad on 21st January. The Civic Forum was a unique opportunity for members of the trans community and allies to engage in constructive dialogue about the draft legislation and discuss how this legislation will affect people's lives.

"Gender recognition legislation in this country is way overdue. We are behind everyone else in Europe. There is no excuse for this," concluded Senator Zappone.

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