Limerick LGBTQ Pride Festival 2017

  The dates for the Limerick LGBTQ Pride Festival 2017 have been announced! The festival will run from Monday, July 10th – Sunday 16th, 2017, with the Limerick LGBTQ Parade taking place on on Saturday, July 15th, 2017. Mark your calendars!! Register your Organisation for Limerick Pride Parade 2017 Click HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORMS     TO …

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Limerick LGBTQ Pride Parade 2024

Limerick Pride Parade 2024 takes place on Saturday, July 13 The Pride Parade for 2024 takes place on Saturday, July 13 and we are now taking registrations for groups to take part in this years Parade Gathering at Merchants Quay At City Hall 12.20- 12.40pm for floats, groups gathering from 12.50pm. Parade leaving Merchants Quay …

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History of Limerick Pride

Limerick LGBT has a thriving community working together and with other organisations to progress gay rights and culture in the city and county. The highlight of the year is the annual Limerick LGBT Pride festival. For Limerick LGBT who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender this is an amazing occasion as everyone walks with …

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History Limerick Pride Logo

This clever marketing tool encouraged mainstream acceptance of the festival and brought it into the annual social calendar spotlight where Pride continues to thrive. Since 2008, the heart logo has been maintained in various forms, being redesigned again in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Steve Murray brought a radical new multicolour design in 2010 which visually …

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Mammies For Trans Rights show their love and support across the country

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Mammy Power: Mammies for Trans Rights are saying enough is enough. Mammies For Trans Rights show their support across the country. photo: Kennedy O’Brien The mammies of Ireland were out in force over the weekend to send a message of love and support to Trans kids and their families all over the country Mammies from …

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30 Years of Queer History to look at the 30 year anniversary of decriminalisation of homosexuality in Ireland

30 years of Queer History with historian Sharon Slater and Adam Long of the National LGBT Federation, and Limerick actor and playwright Myles Breen. Picture: Olena Oleksienko/ilovelimerick ’30 Years of Queer History’ at the Hunt Museum on Tuesday, July 4, at 6 pm will see speakers discuss 30 year anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Ireland As part of Limerick …

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