#repeal the 8th
She’s also obsessed with Mary Queen of Scots.
“Nobody’s daughter should ever be told she doesn’t have authority over her own body.”
She joins an ever-growing list.
“Some people think it’s easier to say nothing rather than lose followers. But why act like a wallflower in certain situations?”
“Such categorisation is too simplistic and robs the debate of the nuance it deserves.”
‘I feel compelled as an artist to create art about things I care about, as I feel it’s a great opportunity to allow people to see things through your eyes.’
Moore says that he was called a “wife-swapping sodomite” at a campaign march many years ago.
The Council has said it can’t be seen to be using public funding to support either side.
“This is a once in a lifetime vote.”
You asked, we answer.
Marissa Carter, Pippa O’Connor, Suzanne Jackson and Joanne Larby have all spoken out this week.
The country’s love/hate relationship summarised.
Only this week it was removed from another wall in the area.
The Charities Regulator has defended its decision to say the Project Arts Centre could lose its charitable status if the mural remained.
Guess who’s back, back again …
The podcast kicked off this week.
Martin says his party’s TDs are free to hold their own views.
“Was he visited by three ghosts last night?”
Made by an Irish mammy for choice, no less.
Two venues have cancelled the event in the last week.
“The handmaids are revolting.”
How many more girls are our government prepared to abuse while they delay a referendum on the Eighth Amendment, asks Gerry Edwards.
The Citizens’ Assembly’s recommendation will be sent to the Oireachtas.
Up to four votes could take place over the course of two days.
“Repeal The 8th You G*wl.”
17 groups were chosen from 120 submissions to present in front the Citizen’s Assembly
A number of businesses will also support their staff in walking out.
Gerry Edwards, chairperson of TFMR Ireland, on the pain and courage inherent in using a personal bereavement in a very public battle.
The current regime will be laid out but not critiqued.
The 35-year-old’s love for his craft is matched only by his love for his city.
They say that their child has been diagnosed with Edwards syndrome, which could mean their child will only live for minutes or hours.
An Independent Alliance source said the members have the same thoughts on the Bill as they did on Mick Wallace’s legislation on fatal foetal abnormalities.
The dress attire of politicians in the Dáil was raised at a recent committee meeting.