A scourge still very present in the 21st century, homophobia and its corollaries justify that a “pride month” is organized each year. For thirty days until the end of June, gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans associations etc. organize numerous events to provide information on discrimination and violence against the LGBT community.

An informed public or not can attend conferences, debates, screenings, evenings, on themes as varied as LGBTphobia, health, memory, etc.

Finally, the icing on the cherry cake, the traditional Pride march sets off from the Place de la Nation to reach the Place de la République on June 24.

Organized by Inter-LGBT, the 2023 Pride march will be even more eco-responsible. Without tanks, it demonstrates the desire to “decarbonize” the event.”

Text: Katia Barillot

22.06.23

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