Holding hands along the Seine

There comes a moment; a moment of realisation in a person’s life when a fortuitous event or a person randomly placed on our path, opens our eyes and we finally see what has been there in front of us the whole time. We just couldn’t see it. When that happens, we set ourselves free of emotional barriers and we learn that it’s not the world that doesn’t let us be who we want to be. It’s ourselves. Continua a leggere

BEING GAY IS NOT A WOUND. OPEN LETTER TO PHILIPPE ARIÑO’S INTERVIEW

Last July Philippe Ariño released an interview “I, homosexual, tell you why the Catholic Church is right”, which unfortunately hasn’t been translated into English yet (I’ll see to that!). Philippe is a French catholic gay man and acted as one of the main activists in France who fought against the legalisation of gay marriages. Continua a leggere

Fare coming out non è giusto

Vivendo al di qua della Manica non ho modo di seguire le avventure di Maria e delle sue missive ma l’eco di quello che è successo su Canale 5 nella puntata di C’è Posta per Te del 15 febbraio sta ormai risuonando su tutto il World Wide Web (quello italiano almeno) e non ha tardato ad arrivare anche a Londra. Continua a leggere