Joining the panel this week for the final Brendan O’Connor’s Cutting Edge of the season is Dr Ciara Kelly, Diarmuid Gavin and Laylah Beattie.
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Laylah Beattie, who prides herself on being an outspoken voice for the trans community.
Louise chats to Laylah Beattie for the second episode of her new podcast where she interviews inspirational Irish women.
My experience meeting Cait at the Late Late.
You don’t have to be afraid of me.
It’s been a dream come true to lead this life. I always knew that it was what I wanted and so I went after it.
An article about transgender people in Ireland featuring an interview with me.
It might be somewhat ironic for me to write an essay entitled “I’ve learned when to shut up” when I never actually seem to shut up but stick with me.
Alfie, I know you mostly hated resting, but I really hope that you’re doing so in peace.
I never doubted his love for me, or for the rest of my family, but I think we always had something of a special bond.
I suppose cheekiness was something we had in common.
He doesn’t see this as a big deal, but nevertheless he keeps it private.
Trust No One, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, etc.
There has been widespread praise for North Wexford teenager David Beattie who shared his transgender story with Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show last Friday night.
My appearance on the Irish talk show.
Viewers have applauded transgender teen David Beattie for his bravery speaking about his transition on The Late Late Show.
David Beattie on why he wants to share his story.