Ireland

Music

could irish drill music be the next big thing?

Get to know the ins and outs of the burgeoning scene, according to the key players at its heart.
Colin Gannon
11.21.18
Music

kojaque is the dublin soft boy rapping about shitty jobs and irish life

And deconstructing toxic masculinity in the process.
Georgie Wright
7.11.18
News

belfast pro-choice activists take ‘abortion pills’ in front of police at handmaid’s tale-style protest

Currently, having an abortion in Northern Ireland is punishable with up to 14 years in prison.
Roisin Lanigan
6.2.18
Culture

for those who are still unsure, this is what the reality of repealing the 8th actually means

Voting no won’t stop abortions happening in Ireland. It will just make them less safe, and more traumatic.
Roisin Lanigan
5.25.18
Arts

documenting the coming-of age-moments of one girl's transition

As Liath Hannon breaks down the taboos and spells out the truths of her own transition, photographer Ellius Grace shares images from their ongoing photo project.
i-D Staff
4.25.17
Fashion

repeal sweaters, abortion in ireland and the changing fashion of women’s liberation

Throughout history, fashion has been both an obstacle and a tool for women’s liberation. A series of jumpers in Ireland have now risen to the challenge of fighting against the country’s abortion ban.
Brian O'Flynn
3.20.17
News

​watch: fighting against ireland’s abortion laws

Thousands marched in Strike 4 Repeal protests on International Women’s Day, demanding abortion rights in Ireland. Watch the film i-D made at the protest, and read an interview with community organiser Avril Corroon.
Lily Rose Thomas
3.10.17
Culture

photographing dublin's bright young things, straight up

Taking to the streets of his native city Dublin, photographer Ellius Grace shoots the city's cool kids, as we ask them what's exciting about being a younger Dubliner in 2016.
i-D Staff
5.18.16
News

it’s 2016 and a woman was sentenced for having an abortion in the uk

A 150-years-old law forces Northern Irish women to travel overseas or seek out dangerous illegal abortions. If they’re reported, the can face a lifetime in prison.
Wendy Syfret
4.5.16
Culture

from drag queen to national treasure, rory o’neill charts the rise of his alter ego panti bliss

Ireland’s internationally celebrated drag performer talks transgression, politics and pulling pearls out of her bum.
Colin Crummy
11.22.15
News

ireland signs same-sex marriage bill into law

The first marriages between same-sex partners should take place in mid-November.
Nick Levine
11.2.15
News

changing gender just got easier in ireland

The country’s Gender Recognition Act came into effect today.
i-D Staff
9.9.15
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