This website is an interactive academic
tool for CEA-UNH course:
Gay Paris:
Culture, Society, & Urban Sexual Identity

CEA GlobalCampus | Spring 2009
UNH Course Code: GEN230
Credits: 3 | Location: Paris, France

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Transsexuality and France

Recent news has that transsexuality will no longer be classified as a mental illness in France, an awesome victory for trans rights. I'm not sure how many will keep up with the blog after the semester, however, I found this article extremely relevant to our class as well as worth a leisurely read, thus I could not resist a good posting. Hope you all have an absolutely fabulous summer.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Perez Hilton - Gay Marriage in NY

Gay Marriage THISMUCH Closer In New York State!Filed under: Gay Gay Gay
More progress!!!
The NY State Assembly passed a bill to legalize gay marriage on Tuesday!!!!
The bill now moves on to the Senate, where it will hopefully pass as well.
New York Governor David Paterson has said that he will sign the bill into law. He was he one that introduced it last month!
If the bill became law, New York would follow Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and Iowa in legalizing gay marriage. New Hampshire has passed a bill legalizing gay marriage, but it still needs to be signed by the governor.
Equality for all!!!!!!
Posted: May 12, 2009 at 9:48 pm

Monday, May 11, 2009


Le Marais

ACT UP/ Aides

1920's in Paris

Shifts in Gay Paris in the 20th Century

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Same-sex marriages gradually gain legal ground

Even in states that don't allow gay marriage, court decisions on child custody, divorce and other issues are giving incremental rights to same-sex couples.,0,3072176.story?track=rss