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In the US, Homosexuals Remain a Target

July 10, 2016 // Le Monde - France - French

While the U.S. LGBT community is becoming better perceived by public opinion, the massacre in Orlando, Florida on June 12, 2016 was a cruel reminder that bars have once again become possible death spots. They might have had something to celebrate in June. On June 26, they were going to celebrate the first [Read more]

How Orlando Divides America

June 14, 2016 // The Globe and Mail - Canada - English

For all the blood and treasure shed since 9/11, we seem no closer to figuring out how to stop terrorist attacks against the West – and in some ways we seem farther away than ever. The other difference between then and now is that Americans can’t even discuss the problem without yelling past each other.

The Man Was a Woman

June 18, 2015 // La Presse - Canada - French

By her transition and her desire to tell her story on all possible media, Caitlyn Jenner will perhaps contribute toward making a fact — the adaptation of her body to her sexual identity — less surprising and more accepted.