Long-line activist: "internal struggle damages lhbt movement and takes it backwards"


QX - the largest gay magazine in the Nordic countries.


QX received an interview with long-standing human rights activist Peter Tatchell and Chris Amos, who made a documentary about his life story. The focus of the questions is on the challenges of the present and the future.


Christopher Amos , written and directed documentary Peter Tatchell: Hate human rights activist ( Hating Peter Tatchell ) tells born in Australia gay activist Peter Tatchell story.


I got an interview from Peter and Chris, who directed the documentary. The focus of the questions is on the challenges of the present and the future. How the lhbtq + community would once again find a common voice instead of an accelerating quarrel and what each of us can do for a better world.


Peter started as an activist as a teenager, first in Australia, but moved to London at the age of 19. He is still pursuing a 54-year career as an activist. The career in which he has been beaten and slandered is hence the name of the documentary “hated human rights activist”.

Chris was also born in Australia and had a career in the UK as a director. He is also an lhbtq + activist and long-standing journalist at Bent Magazine and has also run a club called Manbar in Soho. Read the full article.