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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in IRELAND...
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Andrea B. (user currently living in SWEDEN) posted for transgender readers on 02/10/2011
Ireland: Presidential condidate refers to transwoman as he.

Dana admits to feeling envious of singer's looks


DANA WAS interviewed by Stephen J Costello in a fascinating and wide-ranging conversation in his book, The Irish Soul in Dialogue (Liffey Press, 2001). Her views on homosexuality were examined in detail and the discussion took an usual turn when Costello asked: “What do you thing of Dana International, who recently won the Eurovision, who is a great fan of yours and who created a huge controversy among the Orthodox Jews in Israel because he is a transsexual?” Dana replied: “I wasn’t in the country at the time. I was quite upset that he was better looking than me!”

Profiles of Irish condidates for president.
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Michelle (user currently living in IRELAND) posted for transgender readers on 23/09/2011 tagged with gender identity
This story in brief is about me. I have been in LGBT for a long time when it happend to me at one stage,a person in my country of ireland gave me strange looks and said Are you a Man or a Woman what do you advise me to do?Michelle
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