Recent Updates

UPDATE ON THE NORTHWEST! JUNE 2013 Dear women...we've been experiencing a few set-backs up here in the Northwest, but fret not, we will be back with regular monthly meetings as soon as possible! We are now back online, so if you want to get in touch before the meetings start again (or after that, even!) do email us on and we'll reply. We can also keep you informed of any social events happening in the region, or other LGBT groups that may be of interest to you. As soon as we have a start-up date for the monthly meetings we'll post it on this page, so do please come back and check. Take it easy, women :-)

When meetings restart, the dates for the rest of 2013 are: 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November and 5th December.

First Out meetings in October will happen at Outhouse and North Leitrim Women's Centre at 7.30 on Thursday 4th. The meetings are open to all women questioning same sex feelings or attractions or coming out. The women attending the support groups are at many different stages in their lives. Some are married, some have children, some have only ever been in relationships with men, some have been dating women for years but have not been able to come out to friends and loved ones. Wherever you are in your journey please come along and join us!

If you are looking for ways to meet people in the LGBTQ womens community in Dublin Running Amach is the first place you should look: There are a range of events to suit every taste and many events have a meet and greet for new participants.

Useful Links

Outhouse - Outhouse is a resource and community centre for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered communities in Dublin. Outhouse has come about through the efforts of people who have been working since 1994 to provide a focal point for our communities.

North Leitrim Women's Centre - The North Leitrim Women’s Centre is a community development project. The women’s centre tries to respond to the needs of women in the local area and is constantly consulting with women in order to ensure that all of the activities delivered are women centred and family friendly.

LGBT Helplines - is the website of the National LGBT helpline. The site aims to provide a gateway to information and support for LGBT people in Ireland. You can call the helpline in confidence on 1890 929 539

"I was trying to figure out whether I needed to tell my mam, one of the other women was trying to decide whether she was gay or bisexual and another woman was struggling with her sexuality and her relationship with god. I learned a lot from listening to them, I thought about things that hadn't really occurred to me and realised that lots of people come out to themselves and others as adults."

~ Ciara

Dublin Lesbian Line - All volunteers at Dublin Lesbian Line are lesbian and bisexual women who will listen without judgement and without opinion.

The Lady List - An independent website dedicated to providing a FULL list of events for lesbian, bi, queer & transgender women in Ireland.

GLEN – Gay and Lesbian Equality Network - works to achieve full equality and inclusion for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination.

Marriage Equality - An initiative working for civil marriage for gay and lesbian people.

Religious Tolerance - Quite good Canadian website, which has a very detailed section outlining different religious views on homosexuality, including the view of the Roman Catholic church. Also provides links to groups which argue that it is possible to be both Catholic and homosexual.




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