There is nothing unusual about right-wing political movements using LGBT+ people as scapegoats and Poland’s governing party, the Law and Justice Party, has pivoted from demonising migrants to demonising LGBT+ people by claiming that we undermine traditions (i.e. patriarchy) and ‘the family’ and children. Read more

WHY EVEN PROTEST? - It's Valentine's Day!

The 'ex-gay' movement and reparative/conversion therapy are the same thing with the same message. Their message is that it is wrong to be gay. Read more

Living with HIV

One of our sexual health volunteers discusses his experience living with HIV and highlights how we're failing not only to support people who are living with HIV & AIDS but failing to prevent further new diagnoses by burying our heads in the sand! Read more

I am asexual

Amanda Sparrow Large is a mother, activist, ordained minister, entertainer and asexual. She recounts her experience with having a sexual orientation that is as misunderstood as it is invisible. Read more

And Breathe…It’s Pride Season

I’ve been working as a Counsellor at the Rainbow Project for eight years now and the impending Pride season is in danger of being treated by me rather like some people treat their long term partners...loved but alas not shown much love. Read more

My Volunteering Experience

Former lead OUTreach volunteer Sinéad McCrudden talks about her experience with volunteering at The Rainbow Project. Read more

World AIDS Day Rapid Testing FAQ

Leo Lardie, Sexual Health Development Officer, answering some frequently asked questions and addressing some common concerns, in the hopes that you’ll #takethetest Read more

Hard Act To Follow

Gareth Johnston is the new Chair of the Trustees of The Rainbow Project. Read more

On Transgender Remembrance Day

Transwoman Laoise Fitzpatrick reflects on Transgender Remembrance Day, and reminds us that transphobia which can potentially end a transgender person's life is not just an issue abroad but here at home too. Read more

I used the power of my vote for a resounding YES - 17,105 km’s away from home!

Today I awoke to the momentous news that 62% of Australian’s had voted YES in favour of marriage equality! So many friends and loved one’s had sent messages making sure that even though I am not living in my home town of Melbourne anymore, I am still included in the elation and celebration (even if I am missing the party of the century!). Read more

We Exist (Bi+ Ireland)

Gavin Davis, Belfast coordinator of Bi+ Ireland, discussing what it's like for him being bisexual in Northern Ireland as part of Bi+ Ireland's "We Exist" series which aims to raise visibility of bisexuality in the Republic and Northern Ireland. Read more