In October 2001, the GAA threatened legal action with the makers of GI (Gay Ireland) accusing the magazine of ‘bringing the association into disrepute’ over the use of county jerseys [Kerry, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kilkenny and Mayo] in chap-on-chap billboard snogs.
18 years later…
O’Neills are now selling Pride collection GAA gear. pic.twitter.com/OFgeRlsJwv
— Alan (@alanlaw) June 27, 2019
The GAA licences official Gay Pride county jerseys.