Clément, 23, talks with Francis, 66.
Both are gay but nearly two generations separate them.
They talk about how society looked at them today and in the 1980s.
Fear of HIV and discrimination vis-à-vis HIV-positive people, the obligation to hide in order to find oneself… Francis speaks of a youth who struggled to assert his identity.
Clément feels freer today to assume his homosexuality, and expresses his gratitude to Francis' generation.
Their exchange is to be discovered in this video, produced by our partner Brut.
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