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Posts tagged LGBT rights.

France: It’s about time. =)

France: It’s about time. =)

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.Wow, thanks so much for the hearts and reblogs guys! Here is one last picture where we can see the other drawings better. Love Olive and Becassine! ^^ I wish I know who made them. The march was organized by several groups as ADHEOS, and here you can see a video of the march.

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.
Wow, thanks so much for the hearts and reblogs guys! Here is one last picture where we can see the other drawings better. Love Olive and Becassine! ^^ I wish I know who made them. The march was organized by several groups as ADHEOS, and here you can see a video of the march.

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.
Angouleme is famous for the International Comics festival (FIBD), which starts in less than 2 weeks. So of course, here is the truck used in the march! ^^ In the background it’s the town hall.
+ a close-up on the drawings. Notice the rings on the hands of the characters.
I think the best one is the one with the smurfette, because it mocks the fact that the smurfette is the only female in the smurfs world. She’s not alone anymore. ^^

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.Fabrice Neaud, one of the best comics artists I know. If you can read french, BUY HIS BOOKS. It’s not an option. I command you. è_é

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.
Fabrice Neaud, one of the best comics artists I know.
If you can read french, BUY HIS BOOKS.
It’s not an option.
I command you. è_é

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.I loved this one: “religion is not my country”.

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France.
I loved this one: “religion is not my country”.

March for LGBT rights today in Angouleme, France. Despite the heavy rain and cold weather, we were a lot in the streets to remind the government to keep his promise to legalize the marriage for same-sex persons, and to protest against bigotry and homophobia. (the white board says: “take back your hatred, we love our children”.)