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Coming out LGBT+ experience Anthony Kinahan

In 1999 aged 17 Anthony Kinahan from Dromiskin tentatively entered a disco run by outcomers in Drogheda, a chance encounter a kiss on the dance floor would change Anthony's life completely. Hear how he felt about coming out in Ireland at the time, his activism work for the LGBTQ+ community, and how he deals with homophobic abuse.

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