Don't put those rainbow flags away just yet - Pride can be celebrated all year round on this island of ours.
As Pride month draws to a close, it's worth remembering that Ireland's LGBTQ+ online creators churn out the gold content all year round, and are always worth a follow for a giggle or two. If you're looking to shake up your For You page, TikTok have compiled a list of their favourite Irish LGBTQ+ accounts from podcasters to sketch comics, with iconic content being the common denominator.
Chris Murphy (@chrisisainmdom)
With 29 million likes and a sketch for every scenario, Chris Murphy will brighten up your day with mini-series's such as Gay or Nay, Toxic Man vs Gay and Karen Vs Gay. Gold, all.
Leanne Woodfull (@leannewoodfull)
Charity shop buys, iced coffee reviews and occasional wholesome dad content, Leanne Woodfull is an excellent follow for a fun and varied take on life in Dublin's fair city.
Hazel Keogh (@hazeleckeogh)
Lip syncs, girlfriend applications and "questions for the gays", Dublin based piercer Hazel Keogh would be a great addition to your fyp.
James Patrice (@jamespatrice)
Colourful fits, wigs aplenty and Irish Mammy content for days - find out why 71k followers are already hooked on James Patrice's content.
James Kavanagh (@jamesalankavanagh)
You probably already know and love James for his Christmas dinner reviews and glamorous cat content (Diana the Sphynx simply oozes sophistication). Keep an eye on all his TikTok adventures below.
Shane Daniel Byrne (@shanedanbyrne_)
Over lockdown, Shane was the gift that kept on giving with regular vid updates from his alter ego, Shannon from Shannon's nails, hair, lashes and dog grooming on the Lower Kimmage Road. Give him a follow for some of the finest sketch comedy this country has ever seen.
Kevin Twomey and PJ Kirby (@imgrandmamx)
Keep up with this beloved Irish podcasting duo across all platforms.
PJ Kirby (@pjkirby)
One half of I'm Grand Mam, PJ Kirby is also an iconic TikToker in his own right, documenting cute coffee dates with his mam Nuls and loads more.
Zoe & Dani (@fromnorthtwosouth)
Just two gals sharing their travels, foodie adventures and everything in between with over 60,000 TikTok followers.
Niall Casey (@nialllcasey)
Serious make up magic from this Kerry-born artiste, who rose to fame after appearing on RTÉ’s Glow Up Ireland.
Gemma Leahy (@theirishgem)
This "Hyperlocal" Irish creator has a gas take on everything from stereotypes to surnames, with over 7.5 million likes on the app.
Happy scrolling, and happy Pride!
Header image via Tiktok/nialllcasey/chrisisainmdom/theirishgem