Le guide des établissements et des associations gays et lesbiens de Dublin
The Boilerhouse is a 5 storey purpose built building, within the walls of a nineteenth century grain store once owned by Queen Victoria. It opened its doors in 1997, following the closure of its sister sauna 'The Gym which had been in operation since 1979. Situated in the Temple Bar area, and only three minutes from all gay venues, the Boilerhouse offers a safe, friendly and relaxed environment for all our visitors.
Dublin IEDublin12 Crane lane
Sauna / Gay
Located on the lively South Great Georges Street, The George is an institution for the Gay Community! The oldest, best, and most well known gay bar – probably in the whole of Ireland!
Dublin IEDublin89 South Great Georges street
Bar / Gay
Steelmill Clothing is dedicated to bringing unique, stylish underwear, athleticwear, swimwear and sportswear to fashion conscious guys who feel self-confident, elegant, daring and sexy. We’re proud to stock a range of products that make innovative use use of colour, shape and material, and for our inaugural collection we’re exclusively introducing the American designer brand, Pistol Pete to men this side of the water. Plus, we’ll be introducing lots of other exclusive underwear, athleticwear, swimwear and sportswear brands to the Steelmill Clothing range very soon, so watch this space!
Inclusive rugby club based in Dublin’s LGBT community. We play competitive rugby in Leinster League, Union Cup and Bingham Cup. New members always welcome
If interested in joining whether you're a seasoned player or brand new to rugby just drop us a message.
Emerald Warriors RFC
Sport / Gay, Hétéro Friendly
The Front Lounge is now firmly placed as one of the premier cocktail establishments in the city. Great location just few steps from The Templebar.
The Front Lounge
Dublin IEDublin33/34 Parliament Street
Bar / Gay
GLEN is a Policy and Strategy focused NGO which aims to deliver ambitious and positive change for lesbian, gay, bisexual and Transgender people (LGBT) in Ireland, ensuring full equality, inclusion and protection from all forms of discrimination.
GLEN believes that high ambitions are necessary in order to achieve high quality outcomes and is committed to delivering ambitious change both for our communities and for Ireland. We are working to achieve a future in which LGBT people can make an even more creative and dynamic contribution to the social, economic and cultural development of Ireland.
GLEN is a non-governmental organisation, following a comprehensive and multifacted strategic plan entitled ‘Building Sustainable Change’. This agenda for change emerged from extensive discussion within the LGBT community on priorities and directions for change - as documented in The Equality Authority report 'Implementing Equality for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People' and NESF Report No. 27 Equality Policies for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People: Implementation Issues.
GLEN focuses on influencing policy and on working strategically and in partnership with mainstream organisations such as Government, regulatory authorities, trade unions and other social partners in order to achieve change. GLEN is not involved in direct service delivery.
The five year plan Building Sustainable Change, launched by An Taoiseach, Bertie Aherne T.D. in April 2006 is funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies. Aspects of GLEN’s work are HSE and the National Office for Suicide Prevention. GLEN’s work is guided by the following principles:
- Principled pragmatism
- Radical, yet feasible ambitions
- Commitment to Effectiveness
- Positive Approach
- Building Coalitions
- Preserving Political / Analytical Credibility
GLEN is working to make Ireland a place where all LGBT people can feel safe and confident about being open about their sexual orientation at home, in work and within the wider community; where LGBT people are not discriminated against in laws and in service provision; where relationships and love between LGBT people are seen as no different to relationships and love between heterosexual people.
Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN)
Dublin (Dublin 8)IEDublin 8Dublin2 Upr Exchange St
Association / Gay, Lesbienne, Trans, Bi
Our Vision – Our vision is of a safe space for LGBT people and organisations that is inclusive of the diversity of our communities.
Our Mission – Our mission is to provide a safe space which facilitates and encourages the growth of services and supports to the LGBT community.
Core Values – In all our work, we are guided by the principles of Community, Equality and Partnership.
Dublin (Dublin 1)IEDublin 1Dublin105 Capel Street Rotunda
Communautés / Gay, Lesbienne, Trans, Bi
Dublin Devils FC - we are a gay and inclusive club that welcomes anyone who loves football
We have been playing football as a team since 2005.