Home is you

Aya, a 32-year-old musician with no boundaries or doubts about her identity as a lesbian, meets Yaelle, a 29-year-old multimedia artist and new immigrant to Israel from a conservative French family. They create performances together. Their encounter develops into a story of true love, and Yaelle makes the difficult decision to reveal her homosexuality to her parents.
Hope turns to despair as Yaelle is forced to sever her relationship with her family who refuse
to accept her. The young couple flies to Toronto to get married, but Yaelle then suffers an acute post-nuptial depression. She emerges from this depression to face her identity regarding herself, her culture, and her family.
Home is You is a brave and intimate documentary portrait. Vibrant, full of humor, real, and touching, Home is You confronts a humanistic struggle for love, marriage, and acceptance for all.

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Maria

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Liberté, égalité, fraternité – “Liberty, equality, fraternity (brotherhood)”

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To be a lesbian in Iran is not so simple.
Better to become a man, to change your identity to be allowed to love who you want?
The stunning Jasmin Tabatabai stars escape to German as a man and fall in love with a woman…

Director: Angelina Maccarone

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Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand community gets together to say some important words. No matter what, these people are beautiful.
Hand in Hand presentation at the willy brandt center in Jerusalem
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Elisabeth ROUDINESCO commission des lois sur le mariage pour tous

Magnifique! merci! Enfin un discours qui pourra peut-etre faire evoluer mon pere psychiatre freudien et ma mere professeur de litterature qui ont refuse de venir a mon mariage et refuse de (re)connaitre ma femme! Ca fait 4 ans que je cherche un discours parfait tel que celui ci!

Discours d’une universitaire, historienne, et psychanalyste, en appui du mariage pour tous.
Incroyable!

Élisabeth Roudinesco is a French academic historian and psychoanalyst. She is head of research at University of Paris VII – Denis Diderot.
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December 1st, WORLD AIDS DAY

In 1993, almost 20 years ago, I was 11 years old when I saw the movie “Philadelphia” with Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington

I remember loving the music of Bruce Springsteen in that amazing movie.

I was a child and this movie stayed one of my favorite film, one of these movies I will never forget and will follow me all my life.

I didn’t know what was “coming out” at this point but I guess that was my first contact with this concept :

- First, being ashamed of revealing something about yourself since it’s not conventional

- Second, stoping hidding/being ashamed and starting to tell the truth, accepting who you are and share it around you

- Third, being rejecting by some people and fighting for your rights

I think I was impressed by this movie and it’s aShare on Facebook