Lesbian and gay visions of Ireland: towards the twenty-first century
Here a range of voices of those closely involved in the process of change for lesbians and gays in Ireland engage with the shifts in Irish society and politics. Each writer reflects on their work in the community and envisions what the future holds for lesbian and gay citizens in the Republic.
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