Elise Lucet has proposed a new issue ofSpecial Correspondent Thursday evening, which offers an uplifting report on the daily lives of gays and lesbians in the suburbs, through the testimony of Lyes Alouane, a young man who lives in Gennevilliers, near Paris. The latter has decided to bring the voice of homosexual neighborhoods to light. Distribution of leaflets, demonstrations, its approach disturbs. The cameras ofSpecial Correspondent they have followed this informer's fight and tells the complex daily life of gays and lesbians living in neighborhoods.
In fact, in some cities, showing your sexuality can be dangerous, to the point that many homosexuals decide to hide. Like Lyes who is a victim from his coming out "Homophobic insults, throwing bottles of beer, spitting in the face … I am constantly awake" He says. The documentary of last night reveals a world sometimes macho, pressure of the boys, online harassment and homophobia that can manifest themselves since childhood …
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