Gay Dictionary Irish
How to say gay in Irish
Below are the words of our Irish Gay Dictionary that we will expand in new editions. If you know any more, please, contact us. But first some information about the language and where it is spoken.
Irish is an Indo-European family language, originated in Ireland, and spoken to a greater or lesser extent, for more than two and a half million people. It is an official language of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
In Ireland homosexuality was decriminalized in the year 1993 since after its independence from the United Kingdom the British laws against homosexuality had been maintained. Thereafter in Ireland there was a rapid social change, taking into account the Catholicism of the country, which culminated in 2015, becoming the first country where equal marriage was legalized by referendum. Homoparental adoption, laws against discrimination and against hate speech and techniques of assisted fertilization for lesbians are some of the LGBT legislative advances. In March 2018, a project to prohibit conversion therapies has been presented to the Senate.