Figures released by the General Register Office show that more than half of those civilly partnered live in Dublin, and among those the majority have addresses in Dublin 8. Home to two cathedrals, the Dublin Mosque, the Irish Jewish Museum, a brewery and some of the most deprived social housing schemes in Europe, these are streets of every social class, colour and creed. The couple, together since , celebrated their civil partnership in May. This street is full of all sorts of different households. We fit in because everybody is different. Living on the edge of the city centre, the pair have their pick of theatres, cinemas and restaurants.
At GayToDo we provide details on all the gay Dublin events that are happening across the city, as well as the groups who are running them. Our site is updated daily and provides a centralised location for those looking beyond gay dating, Dublin is a bustling European capital after all and has so much more to offer. LGBT Dublin has much more to offer than clubs and gay bars. Dublin is one of the most cultural and also community driven cities in Europe, which is what makes the gay Dublin social scene so exciting. The city boasts a vibrant LGBT community and a wide variety of active sports and social clubs.
GCN's first issue was published on 10 February as an 8-page tabloid newspaper. It has been published consistently each month, with one exception. GCN was originally funded by the Irish state during the economically difficult s and early s, a combination of a policy-driven scaling back of this funding and the improvement of Ireland's financial fortunes allowed it to become a commercial entity in , although it still carries funding banners from the National Development Plan and Pobal. The editorial focus of GCN continues to be rights- and community-based.