Once again the LGBTIQ community in Rome is divided. I can’t stop thinking that it’s not principles or politics the reason why but mere economical and visibility reasons. Everybody can decide for oneself. Here one of the many blogs narrating what’s happening. It’s once again “uno nessuno centomila”, one, none or one houndred thousand just to quote Pirandello. Every year the same story, at first fights to decide the city for the national parade, then who and how must organize the city parade. I’m fed up with it, they’re ruining MY parade. We just should march all together, difficult to understand? One divided Pride in 2010, then the european pride last year… what about this year? Why should be the pride parade “property” of only one single association?
One of many trans-men autobiographies. At the beginning it goes back and forth in time anticipating some of what will come next. It doesn’t leave a sign for style or content and it pictures the path to transition of someone who at least had means to afford it, nonetheless it’s another element for the constant hunger of news, information and direct experience of many trans-people, so redundancy is welcome.
I managed to tee a documentary from BBC Three – Sam and Evan: From Girls to Men (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01605z2) and I suddenly realized what it means “public service” and national televA
A documentary that makes people think and that may help trans teens.
No judgment but a story, simply narrated by the people who are living it.
Something that will never happen in this country. It will never be the national TV service to broadcast such a story in a time different from late at night, because children and teens might be hurt or influenced.
Gays have no place in public tv, imagine transpeople.
The story itself narrates the difficulties of two teen transmen, their lives, their ambitions, their emotions. Simply.
I would be glad to pay for a television which is of service, but that’s not the case in my country.