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# Gender

This year
Almost a third of LGBT+ community in Ireland avoid certain areas for fear of being assaulted
Irish GPs have come under pressure to prescribe hormones, gender service consultant claims
A landmark report in the UK raised concerns over private gender care, which Paul Moran said is also an issue here.
People in need of gender care are turning to private providers due to long waiting lists.
The National Gender Service has advised GPs not to enter shared care arrangements with private clinics.
Dr Paul Moran called on pharmacists to stop dispensing foreign gender healthcare hormone prescriptions.
Last year
FactFind: What is contained in the proposed SPHE syllabus about sex and gender?
Eoghan Cleary: My teenage students understand the difference between gender and sex
Eoghan Cleary
All time
Explainer: How will the changes to UK Gender Identity Services impact on Ireland?
Secrecy, shame, and getting help: Men and eating disorders in Ireland
Women in academia: 'What women get is endless mentoring, instead of a focus on changing the structures'
Jordan call for investigation into gender of Iran women's goalkeeper after losing on penalties
Opinion: 'Until the 70s, puritanical attitudes of Irish society and State discouraged women’s writing'
Eilis Ní Dhuibhne
People will be able to self-identify as male or female in Scotland's census next year
Number of security officers on Luas temporarily increases by 30% after report on women’s safety
Top commercial stations play Irish female artists in charts at lower rate than most national radio
'We can't keep relying on other countries': HSE begins hiring experts to oversee service for trans youth
'The lack of medical support is a travesty': Trans people facing five-year healthcare waiting list
Taoiseach says it's 'not satisfactory' that trans healthcare report hasn't been published
Men occupy most senior positions in civil service but are 'more likely to perceive gender bias in promotions'
Call to prevent Covid-19 pandemic resulting in two million FGM cases 'that would otherwise be averted'
'We had bottles thrown at us, a woman spit on us': Six in 10 LGBT people avoid holding hands in public
Opinion: Why we asked people on the streets of Dublin if they watch pornography
Cliodhna McAllister
General election to feature in upcoming debates of the Citizens' Assembly on Gender Equality
'Why haven't I known about her up to now?': RTÉ broadcasts landmark series celebrating women in Irish history
Non-binary pronoun 'they' named word of the decade by US linguists
JK Rowling voices support for woman sacked after transgender tweets
First Citizens' Assembly weekend on gender equality to be held in February
Junior Cert results: Girls continue to outperform boys across most subjects
French toymakers sign pact to rid games and toys of gender stereotypes
'We're falling very far short': Citizens' Assembly on gender equality to start work in autumn
Vatican issues document rejecting idea that people can choose or change gender
Women represent less than 6% of seats on some councils - how does your council fare on gender?
Plan for 'bad weather' and 'watch out for dragons in your own party': What FF and FG are telling women election candidates
The Irish For: Gender, LGBT and transitioning
Darach Ó Séaghdha
Call to tackle 'significant underrepresentation' of women in senior council roles
45 women-only posts to be created in third-level education to address gender imbalance
‘You’ve got everything now, you should be fine’: How youth workers are helping LGBTI+ people post-marriage referendum
Poll: Should reference to women's 'life within the home' be removed from Constitution?
Opinion: 'It would be easy to dismiss female genital mutilation as something alien to Ireland - but it's not'
Josepha Madigan
Tokyo medical school admits it altered tests to keep women out
Gender-blind casting and unconscious bias training on the way for some major Irish theatre companies
Gender identity to no longer be considered a disorder of the mind, says WHO
Saoirse Ronan's new film is about sex, the sixties, and a doomed marriage