The Queer Palm Prize and Queer Palm Hornet Prize went to director Robin Campillo’s feature-length film and Yann Gonzalez’s short, dreamlike film ‘Les Iles’
Author: Christophe Martet
A top court’a recent ruling paves the way for Taïwan to become the first country in Asia to legalize marriage for same-sex couples.
Since Monday, many advertisers have withdrawn their ads from a popular TV show after a homophobic sequence by host Cyril Hanouna
It’s a lightning round of questions with Travis Mathews, director of sexually explicit films and chair of the Queer Palm at the Cannes Film Festival
Openly lesbian politician Alice Weidel will defend the ultra conservative values of Germany’s extreme right party during September’s general elections
Elected Sunday with 66.1% of the vote against extreme right candidate Marine Le Pen, will Emmanuel Macron meet the expectations of an LGBTQ-friendly leader?
Three of this year’s films by gay directors are among the 18 competing for the most glamorous prize at Cannes Film Festival 2017, the Palme d’Or
Hornet follows up its February poll of French gay men by examining who they will vote for in this Sunday’s final round of the presidential election
Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of the National Front, is infamous for controversial remarks — now he’s speaking out against the tribute to hero Xavier Jugelé
This morning, the gay partner of Xavier Jugelé, the policeman killed in Paris last week, gave a vibrant speech during a national tribute.
Watch the BBC’s Interview with Xavier Jugelé, the Gay Officer Killed in the Recent Paris Terror Attack
Xavier Jugelé, the gay policeman killed in the recent Paris terrorist attack, talked to the BBC in an interview filmed a few months before his death.
Take a look at the two finalists to emerge from today’s French presidential election — Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen — and their stance on LGBT issues