It is illegal for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people to face discrimination in the workplace, healthcare system, or educational system because they identify as LGBTQI+. Nevertheless, more has to be done to safeguard those who identify as genders other than that assigned to them at birth.

LGBTQI+ people are able to lawfully marry in Ireland when it comes to family, and this has been the case since 2015. Although adoption by second parents is permitted for the LGBTQI+ population in Ireland, adoption by LGBTQI+ persons is still not permitted. If they desire children, they can also proceed with assisted artificial insemination.

Ireland is making strides towards inclusion since it is one of the few nations in Europe to acknowledge gender non-binary people.