Deze fotos toont de locaties waar een transgender persoon is vermoord en zijn een eerbetoon aan degenen die zijn vermoord / This series shows different locations where transgender people have been murdered, paying homage to those who have lost their lives
In conservative Indonesia, transwoman community multifaceted struggles are being affected by the outbreak of covid-19, including the risk of Covid-19 infection, difficulty to access social assistance from the government, job loss, and the damaging effects of long-term stigma and discrimination.
Samantha Flores - now 84 - came out as a transgender woman in Mexico City 23 years ago, though she wasn’t able to officially change her gender identity until recently. In 2015 she was baptised as Samantha Aurelia Vicenta Flores García, a lifelong dream.
In Peru and especially in the provinces, being gay is a taboo, there is a lot of discrimination, so in 2005 I was able to travel to Buenos Aires. Since 2017 I have been photographing boys residing in Buenos Aires, mostly from bordering countries and Latin America, their stories have similarities to mine ... we all arrive in search of freedom.
Friends Chotu and Rajan leaving the temple Soon after beginning my research to prepare 'Jugaad-Of intimacy and Love' I realised that my attempts to locate familiar identities in the public gestures rooted in India's homosocial culture would only stand in the way of embracing the many subtle layers of intimacies my collaborators eventually began sharing with me. QUOTE: “ What we feel is, when we hold hands and walk, the love that we have gets strengthened even further. Our love becomes deeper and we establish trust in each other and build upon it through this." Gaurav. For 'Jugaad-Of Intimacy and...
The project is about women’s prisons is a part of a trilogy that is centered around the lives of women in closed institutions. The impulse of research of such communities arose in a reflection of my teenage period spent at the closed rehabilitation boarding school. I spent a few months, working in several prisons for women in the Siberia.
Amores Postmodernos a photographic series that aims to show pleasure in a queer lifestyle. I use queer subjects from Guatemala City, in scenes with a contemporary narrative base of social media, sex, gender and sexuality, with layers of religious symbolism.
The five men pictured in this series, are all gay and over the age of seventy. We have talked for hours. About aging and dreams, love, exclusion, and fears, and out of these conversations, this series was formed.
Right after the invasion of Ukraine members of the LGBTQI community fear for their future. They are thought to be among the designated targets of a Russian campaign to oppress sectors of the community, and names of LGBTQI activists have apparently appeared on Russian kill lists.
Dimitri was born in the small fishing village of Skála Sikaminéas, on the Greek island of Lesvos. At the age of 14, she told her parents that she was a girl. She struggled to be accepted throughout her life and experienced tough times, living in a mental institution during her childhood, followed by years of homelessness in Athens.
In February 2021, Accra's first LGBTQ+ Community space was raided and forcibly closed by local law enforcement, only a few weeks after its opening. While it often feels the world is progressing into a more socially accepting space for people based on sexual or gender identities, the events of February 2021 show that LGBTQ+ Ghanaians are being left behind.
In China gay-sexuality is not illegal anymore but it is still unaccepted by society and the older generations. Hardly any of the young people I met and photographed for this project are able to speak openly to their parents about their sexual preferences.
Leia-jhene Seals was performing at Club Q when a 22-year-old gunman entered the LGBTQ nightclub killing five people and injuring others. Seals hugs R.J. Lewis, who was was also at the nightclub, during a vigil at All Souls Unitarian Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
To date, 600 people have been astronauts. None have flown into space as an openly LGBTQ+ person. The Gay Space Agency confronts the American Space program’s historical exclusion of openly queer astronauts and asks what American heroism looks like and who might be a part of future exploration.