Usa TODAY NETWORK presents VRtually There a weekly virtual reality series that delivers amazing adventures extreme nature sports fantasies and the world's most fascinating people We don't just tell incredible stories we let you live the experience in fully immersive environments Use your VR headset laptop or smart phone to experience in 360\u00b0 video and virtual reality Download the USA TODAY app now with virtual reality and subscribe to our YouTube page Three new thrilling VR experiences each week Immerse yourself.
Загрузка A link has been sent to your friend's email !A link has been posted to your Facebook feed Загрузка Загрузка 's vote: 5 things to knowBefore official results were released both sides confirmed the outcome earlier Saturday as votes were tallied."We're the first country in the world to enshrine equality in our constitution and do so by popular mandate," Leo Varadkar 's health minister who revealed he was during the campaign told state broadcaster RTE "That makes us a beacon a light to the rest of the world of liberty and equality It's a very proud day to be Irish."David Quinn the director of the conservative Iona Institute a leading figure behind the "No" campaign tweeted: "Congratulations to the 'Yes' side Well done #MarRef." Remember Me Can’T believe I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife @emmaportner
A post shared by @ page on Jan 3 2018 at 12:19pm PST Last month Page outlined her experiences at the hands of X Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner after he was accused of the sexual harassment/ misconduct of six women Speaking to a female co-star of Page about Page at a staff event Ratner reportedly said: “You should fuck her to make her realise she’s ”
In a detailed Facebook post Page went on to describe the impact of Ratner’s words “I was a young adult who had not yet come out to myself I knew I was but did not know so to speak,” writes Page. Became the first country Saturday to legalize same-sex by national referendum a vote that has highlighted the dramatic pace at which this traditionally conservative Catholic nation has changed in recent times. Gossip 4 January 2018 Written by Ciara Mc Grattan Загрузка плейлистов Well done -H— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) Visitors to St Patrick's Cathedral — founded in 1191 to honor 's patron saint — in central Dublin on Saturday afternoon appeared mostly wrapped up in their appreciation of the building's impressive stonewall facades."It is good that is approving this legislation," said Michael Lendhofer a tourist visiting from Hanover in northwestern Germany."But I also think that there are some things about the community that I don't agree with For example I think they should be more private," he said without elaborating. Log Out Загрузка “I am young yes but what I have learned is that love the beauty of it the joy of it and yes even the pain of it is the most incredible gift to give and to receive as a human being And we deserve to experience love fully equally without shame and without compromise.” Page Marries Partner Emma Portner 4 January 2018 Written by Ciara Mc Grattan The referendum is seen as an especially complex one for Ireland where about 85% of the population still identify as Roman Catholic even though church attendance has been steadily declining for a few decades The church's moral authority has been questioned in the wake of a series of sexual abuse scandals and coverups involving country has been slow to follow a path of social liberalization that has taken root across Europe Except in cases where a mother's life is perceived to be in danger abortion is still illegal in Ireland A prohibition on divorce was repealed only in 1996 following a national 's storied pubs were fuller than usual Saturday and reverie spilled out onto streets all across the capital Many were carrying balloons flags and other accessories highlighting an issue that for some in that gay and lesbian community seemed almost too good to. Загрузка Загрузка Загрузка Загрузка