Pride Photo Award 2015
The photo shows a happy 11 year old transgender girl playing outside with her brother, by Photographer Marika Puicher.
You may veil us, but you will never dictate who we love. Our love transcends your intolerance. Our love is greater than your hate.
Self-exploration as a transgender femme through the act of photography
This series is showing the life of a couple: Anne and Véronique, living in Brest, Brittany (France).
I started taking pictures of Eli when she was 10 years old. I came back in Madrid in 2015 and for two weeks I have lived in close contact with...
By spending time with people at different stages of their transition, Bouchard discovered the vast complexity of the processes and transformations that female-to-males have had to undergo in their quest...
Look deeply and you will see that man and woman are not seen as separate beings... In Two Is One, I challenge the role of gender by engaging with my...
This series of portraits is focused on the life of gay people in Russia. It is a visual tale of melancholy, loneliness and uncertainty about the future.
Imane, 19, lives in Casablanca and is a lesbian. She says she is “A lesbian proud of herself!” She has never hidden her homosexuality
Any discussion around sex and sexuality is taboo in my country. It is a family-oriented, moderate society with strong economic class structure.
ASYLUM is a series of mainly self-portraits that seeks to examine the contemporary African male sexuality against a backdrop of religion and tradition.
When expelled by God, Kain went to the Land of Nod, east of Eden (Genesis 4:16). Nod stems from nad: restless, wandering.
In Peru, a country with a highly machismo, conservative, religious and transphobic culture, transgender women are extremely marginalized and discriminated by society.
In the Netherlands, a country with more than 17 million inhabitants, 100 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.