Lesbian and bisexual Women The Equality Authority Report Implementing Equality for Lesbians, Gay and Bisexuals in 2002 examined a wide range of themes relevant to lesbians, gay and bisexual people.
The report stated “many LGB people remain very isolated without access to supports or social outlets for meeting other gay people. This has consequences, both in terms of the impact on the individual’s health, social well-being and personal development and in terms of lost contributions to the broader community”. (See this pdf)
The following contact details will give you more information but also the chance to get support and to engage.
Dublin Lesbian Line
All volunteers at Dublin Lesbian Line are lesbian and bisexual women who will listen without judgement and without opinion. They have a strict policy of confidentiality and anonymity.
Thurs 7pm – 9pm call 01 8729911
For more information also see www.dublinlesbianline.ie
GLEN – Gay and Lesbian Equality Network
GLEN are a national LGB policy organisation working on community development, education, mental and general health, legislation and policy change for LGB people.
For more information see www.glen.ie
or call 01 4730563
BeLonG To - Youth Service
A national youth service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people aged between 14 and 23.
BeLonG To work also includes training and advocacy.
For more information see www.belongto.org
or call 01 6706223
PS – Parents Support
Supporting parents of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender children.
For more information see www.lovingouroutkids.org
or ask for more information at email@example.com
Outhouse Dublin’s Community and Resource Centre
For lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
or call 01 8734932
Working for civil marriage for gay and lesbian people.
For more information see www.marriagequality.ie
or call 01 6599459