Welcome to the website of Q Soc, the LGBT Society of Trinity College Dublin.

 Is it your first time on the website and/or you don’t know where to start? Click right here for our beginners’ guide  ”Q Soc: The Short Version”.

 THE Q SOC BULLETIN BOARD

Quab V

Quab V

The fifth issue of Q Soc's fledgling publication Quab is now available online. Featuring a queer media round-up, a feature about queers in the circus and an insight into asexuality, Quab has something for everyone. Get readin' guys! :) If you'd like to submit a piece or get involved with the ...

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Welcome To The Q Soc Website!

Welcome To The Q Soc Website!

Welcome to the website of Q Soc, the LGBT Society of Trinity College Dublin.  Is it your first time on the website and/or you don't know where to start? Click right here for our beginners' guide  "Q Soc: The Short Version".  THE Q SOC BULLETIN BOARD Officially recognised in 1982, Q Soc is the ...

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QSoc Auditors Address 2013/2014

QSoc Auditors Address 2013/2014

This year has been an incredible year for QSoc.  We have run so many events that I literally can’t remember half of them (particularly after Rainbow Week during which, in collaboration with the SU and other societies we managed to run 22 events).  Each event that we ran was not ...

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QUAB IV

The latest issue of our newsletter QUAB is now available here and in print in the Soc Room, so drop up and pick up a copy! If you'd like to submit a piece or get involved with the production of the newletter email info@trinitylgbt.com or talk to a committee member!

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QUAB III

The third issue of our bimonthly newsletter has been published! Remember to keep an eye out for the latest edition in the Soc Room every few weeks, If you have an idea you'd like to get published or want to be involved in putting together this newsletter just email info@trinitylgbt.com or ask a ...

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LGBT Alcohol Awareness

LGBT Alcohol Awareness

Hey guys, This is my first ever blog post so I apologise for my lack of writing skills! Lately there's been a lot of media coverage of  the whole neknominations craze and the horrible effects this has caused on some peoples lives.  This has got me thinking about the alcohol consumption ...

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Creating Meaningful Space Spaces – Miss Panti’s Definition of Homophobia and Queer Solidarity

Creating Meaningful Space Spaces - Miss Panti's Definition of Homophobia and Queer Solidarity

Once I dealt with the brunt of the anger and frustration I felt watching Miss Panti’s wonderful Noble Call speech, I spent a long time thinking about her examples of subtler homophobia that are probably familiar to a lot of us. Checking yourself at pedestrian crossings, constantly having to think ...

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QUAB II

QUAB II

The second issue of our bimonthly newsletter has been published! Remember to keep an eye out for the latest edition in the Soc Room every few weeks, If you have an idea you'd like to get published or want to be involved in putting together this newsletter just email info@trinitylgbt.com or ask a ...

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Officially recognised in 1982, Q Soc is the oldest third-level LGBT organisation in the country. We trace our origins to the very first gender and sexuality minority activist group in Ireland, the Sexual Liberation Movement, which was active in Trinity and Dublin in the 1970s.

These days Q Soc is one of the most active and dynamic societies on campus, providing events and services for any staff or student who identifies with or is interested in the queer spectrum of life.To find out more about Q Soc and why you should make the leap and get involved, check out our all the different sections of our website and if you have any questions, just let us know. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Yours with Pride,

The Q Soc Committee


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