SOS Homophobie fights against violence and discrimination against LGBT people (lesbian, gay, bis and trans) because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation or their gender identity.
The missions of the association are based around three poles: support for victims and their accompaniment, prevention of homophobic and transphobic acts by interventions in schools, by training for adults and via a website for children. LGBT adolescents, finally activism for equal rights including the identification and analysis of the testimonies received in the annual report, the participation in various events and the taking of public positions. Essentially composed of volunteers, SOS Homophobie is open to everyone, everywhere in France through its regional delegations.
Websites: SOS Homophobie - C'est comme ça
THE GET REAL MOVEMENT
The Get REAL Movement Association is a Canadian NGO that aims to fight discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community and sensitize young people to the cause by visiting schools in Canada.
By wearing their clothing you are helping them support LGBTQ+ youth and create allies, one school, camp, or workplace at a time.
GAY KITSCH CAMP
GayKitschCamp is a publishing house and association dedicated to the history of homosexuality and its representations.
This structure develops its activity around two aspects:
• A first part devoted to the reissue of texts, theoretical or literary, relating to the history of homosexuality, always accompanied by a new critical apparatus. The prefaciers are mostly academics or collectors of old books.
• A second section dedicated to LGBT cinema called heritage. Meetings are proposed throughout this year and in different places.
Website - Catalog
Homoromance Editions is a platform of distribution and publishing of LGBT Francophone books founded in 2015 in the Gay Village of Montreal.
Its goal is to participate in the emergence and visibility of Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans literature in Quebec and French-speaking literature. Its mission is to work to promote the visibility and recognition of LGBT literature put aside by the vast majority of publishers and bookstores.
List of guests present - Website