2017 was full of adventures. To finish in style, we spent Christmas by the sea. What a pleasure to swim on december 24th and go hiking in the forest and end up on the beach with a kite on Christmas day! It should be noted that Santa Claus really knows everything since he went to… Read More Christmas and new year’s eve in Australia !
We stayed in Sydney for about ten days. We like to stay longer in some places to take the time to live like locals! Especially when we have meetings scheduled. We were first welcomed by Diana, a lesbian and feminist we met through Vanessa. We discovered with her her neighborhood of Balmain East. We had… Read More Sydney – A beautiful city by the sea
Our road trip to Sydney (post about the trip here) was punctuated by two meetings with rainbow families. On the coast, in Tathra, we were greeted wonderfully by Neroli, Claire and Eddie (14 years old). We were supposed to come only for dinner and ended up staying for two nights! We had brought the champagne… Read More Rainbow Hospitality in Australia – Tathra – Lawson
Australia is a very big country so we decided to visit only a very small part: a quarter of the east coast. This part of Australia is inhabited by most of the country’s population (especially in urban areas). Here, we present pictures of what we did along the road and in another post HERE we… Read More Road trip from Melbourne to Sydney
Direct link to the video During our visit in Beijing we were happy to meet Rui and her partner Chen as well as their twins Helen and Harry. Rui was my main contact in China and it was thanks to her and her LGBT network that we were able to live this incredible human experience… Read More A chinese Rainbow family who makes things change!
Before we arrived in Thailand, I tried to reach out to different LGBT associations asking them if they could help me identify Rainbow families. We managed to identify 2 families of lesbians with kids but unfortunately we were not able to meet them face to face. We still wanted to have a testimony from a… Read More Matcha Phorn In, a Thai lesbian, mother and human right educator who is really out and proud!
Kuang Si After one hour in a TukTuk, we are arrived in a place were we needed to take a boat to go to the fall. One hour Tuk Tuk When we arrived (and payed the fees) we walked fast across a bear kind of zoo but it is a rescue center. We saw the… Read More Luang Prabang : Videos of the falls