Gay people can walk down the aisle, but we still look over our shoulders as we walk down the street

Homophobia is an everyday reality for many LGBTQ+ people in Ireland. It ranges from homophobic slurs that go unchallenged in the schoolyard and workplace to attacks on LGBTQ+ people on the street.

She is deeply rooted in Irish society. Until 1993, being gay was a crime. For decades, LGBTQ+ people have been condemned from the pulpit and ridiculed on television. This ingrained homophobia will not be washed away overnight. Dismantling will take years.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/gay-people-can-walk-down-the-aisle-but-we-still-look-over-our-shoulders-when-we-walk-down-the-street-41565543.html Gay people can walk down the aisle, but we still look over our shoulders as we walk down the street

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