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'My mother hoped I would meet a nice doctor or barrister or accountant who would marry me and take me to live in what is now called Fashionable Dublin Four. I was a bit loud to make a nice professional wife, and anyway, I was too keen on spending my holidays in far flung places to meet any of these people.And check out the music backing up his Instagram posts for a taste of what may be in store. Love you, jake (Ticket link in bio) * 📷 @raphaelchatelain 🕺@crowbartay A post shared by Jake Shears (@jakeshears) on Surprise!!!The London show takes place on November 14th at Heaven. NOV 14 LIVE IN LONDON @ HEAVEN Dearest UK Pals, I couldn't be more thrilled to announce my first solo show in London! I will be playing my first show in NYC in five years! she's gonna be real fun 🥓 link for tix in my bio…In 2015, a survey of 1,000 individuals in Ireland found that 78% of people are in support of same-sex marriage and 71% of people think that same-sex couples should be allowed to adopt.Earlier, a 2008 survey showed that 84% of Irish people support civil marriage or civil partnerships for same-sex couples, with 58% supporting full marriage rights in registry offices.Both male and female same-sex sexual activity is legal in the state.
Government recognition of LGBT rights in Ireland has expanded greatly over the past two decades.
The bill passed all stages in the lower house (Dáil), without the need for a vote, and by a margin of 48 votes to 4 in the upper house Seanad (Senate).
The bill was supported by all parties, although individual politicians have criticised the legislation.
He said: 'I met Maeve when I was adapting Circle of Friends for the screen and found her wonderfully warm and friendly. I guessed that Circle of Friends was based on her own days at University college Dublin, and she gave me lots of sharp and comic details that weren't in the book - about half past eleven she said "Gordon and I usually have a bottle of champagne about this time in the morning, would you like to join us? 'Then we went out to lunch and had, if remember rightly, some lovely sea bass and about three bottles of Chardonnay, and never stopped laughing the whole time until I was poured into a taxi for the flight back. And even though I was fat and hopeless at games, which are very unacceptable things for a schoolgirl, I was happy and confident.
'I was lucky enough to be fairly quick at understanding what was taught, but unlucky enough not to be really interested in it so I always got my exams but never had the scholar’s love of learning for its own sake.
'I met Gordon Snell, a writer, a man I loved and he loved me and we got married and it was great and is still great.