Le 1er juin 2015 à 20h, c’est la release party du double album de Poney Gallant à la Tricoterie!


BAD (BrusselsArtDepartment) presents
the release party for the Album of Poney Gallant : « L’amour la haine ». the double album is available on bandcamp under free donation:

Poney Gallant had begining as anonymous project of Benjamin Ravage,french artist from Brussels, that performs on syntesizers on the edge of queerpunk . the album is born from 1 year drama beats.
BrusselsArtDepartment is an independent, young and ambitious creative team of artists and curators.

20:00 – PONEY GALLANT ( Live, PunkSynthé, Brussels )

21:00 – Dj POUSSIN ( Bières et Paillettes )

Free entrance

La Tricoterie, rue Théodore Verhaeghen 158, 1060 Saint-Gilles




Quatre hommes comparaissent pour l’assassinat d’Ihsane Jarfi, dont le corps gravement meurtri a été retrouvé plusieurs heures après son agonie. Certains éléments de cet article peuvent heurter les personnes sensibles.

L’acte d’accusation a été lu hier, lundi 24 novembre, devant la cour d’assises de Liège: Mutlu Kizilaslan, Jérémy Wintgens, Jonathan Lekeu et Éric Parmentier sont poursuivis pour avoir tué Ihsane Jarfi en raison de son homosexualité il y a deux ans. Au cours de la première journée de ce procès, les quatre hommes ont décrit leur parcours. Tous étaient déjà connus de la police et de la justice pour des faits de violences commis avant la mort d’Ihsane Jarfi.

Disparu dans la soirée du 22 avril 2012, le corps de celui-ci n’a été retrouvé que le 1er mai suivant. D’après l’autopsie, son agonie a duré entre 4 et 6 heures, rapporte la RTBF. Sa cage thoracique et son cou ont été écrasés et de nombreux coups lui ont été portés à la tête, à l’abdomen et au thorax. Mutlu Kizilaslan se serait mis en colère parce que la victime homosexuelle a évoqué l’islam, tandis qu’Éric Parmentier a «perdu son calme» lorsqu’Ihsane Jarfi lui a fait des avances.

C’est la première fois qu’un homicide avec circonstance aggravante d’homophobie fait l’objet d’un procès en Belgique. Par bien des aspects, l’affaire aujourd’hui devant la justice rappelle l’agression en France de Bruno Wiel, qui a témoigné auprès de la RTBF. À Liège, le procès se poursuit ce mardi avec l’interrogatoire des accusés.

Lu sur Yagg : http://yagg.com/2014/11/25/le-premier-proces-pour-un-meurtre-homophobe-sest-ouvert-en-belgique/




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Disney has announced that it will be producing its first animated feature film with two openly gay lead characters who will fall in love and, by the end of the film, even find happiness in a fairytale, same-sex wedding. The film, titled Princes, will be released to theaters in the fall of 2015.

The entertainment giant has had a long history of supporting LGBT initiatives. In the late 90′s the company was among the first to extend healthcare benefits to partners of homosexual employees and Gay pride events have been hosted at Disney World since 1991. Many have also speculated that other Disney movies have been Pro-Gay, albeit in a more subtle way. Disney’s blockbuster hit, Frozen, was riddled with pro-gay subtext. Elsa hiding her ice-powers can easily be interpreted as a metaphor for the closet and the Oscar-winning “Let it Go” sounds exactly like a coming-out anthem. However, Princes will certainly mark the first time that the company will produce an animated children’s film starring openly gay main characters.

Princes is an adaptation of the children’s book, “The Princes and the Treasure”, by Jeffrey A Miles. In the book, two handsome princes, Earnest and Gallant, set off to rescue a princess, but fall in love with each other instead. The fairytale story ends with the two princes getting married and living happily ever after. The book has recently been released internationally after initially being available in the United States in February of 2014
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“I suddenly wondered, why aren’t there any gay princes or lesbian princesses?,” Miles told LGBT website Advocate.
“Why can’t the handsome prince marry another handsome prince? Why can’t a damsel in distress be rescued by a beautiful princess?” Both gay and straight couples alike adore the story owing to its universal appeal. But the book has also struck a chord with the kids, who love the story like any other famous fairy tales. “Kids see that the story is about two people who fall in love and get married. All of the kids who have read the story don’t find it unusual that the two characters who get married happen to be two men. Kids seem to see that love can happen between two people regardless of the couple’s gender.”

Emile Montgomery, a spokesperson for Disney, says that the story has universal appeal with both younger and older audiences across most of the company’s target demographics. “Children will love this movie,” he said. “It shows that love and family are universal, regardless of gender. The Modern American Family is diverse and most US states have gay marriage and it is time that our films embraced these new realities. Hopefully we can help to educate the next generation about diversity, lessening or eliminating homophobia in the future.”

However, not everyone is entirely thrilled with the direction that Disney is going. Deborah Aker-Knapp, an outspoken member of Christians For Traditional Marriage, has said that the movie would be an affront to Christians everywhere and likened the release of the movie to on of the signs of the apocalypse. “What is next?”, she asked. “Should we teach our children that bestiality is ok too? Where will this end? how much longer will this behavior be tolerated by God?”

Montgomery dismissed the objections of Christian conservative groups stating that the film was wholesome family entertainment, but he noted that Disney has already tackled themes of interspecies love in previous films like The Princess And The Frog, Beauty And The Beast, and The Little Mermaid. “Those films were pretty well received.”
“This is story about love, not sex,” he added, “We’ll leave the obsession with genitalia, and what people choose to do with them, to the conservative groups.”

Article publié à l’origine ici : http://www.amplifyingglass.com/disneys-first-openly-gay-animation/




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