When I first arrived in Dublin, one of the first things I noticed was these "Vote Yes" and "Vote No" posters everywhere. On Friday, May 29, Ireland will be voting on a referendum to propose an amendment that would legalize same-sex marriage in Ireland. I visited the headquarters of the Yes Campaign, located off of Grafton Street, and spoke with a representative who said that same-sex female couples are more heavily discriminated against than same-sex male couples. This reflects Ireland's deeply rooted history with a religion that is historically oppressive to women. These campaign posters are the majority of the advertising I have seen in my week in Dublin.