who is Pierre Vicario, guest of the Pride March

who is Pierre Vicario, guest of the Pride March
who is Pierre Vicario, guest of the Pride March

The Pride 47 collective, made up of Aides, La Mèche, Le Refuge 47 and Le Planning Familial, invited four celebrities for the second Agen edition of the pride march: Miss Shana Banana, Toulouse drag queen, Alice Coffin, councilor at the town hall from Paris, Mathilde Viot, political scientist from Agen, and Pierre Vicario, influencer known as…

The Pride 47 collective, made up of Aides, La Mèche, Le Refuge 47 and Le Planning Familial, invited four celebrities for the second Agen edition of the pride march: Miss Shana Banana, Toulouse drag queen, Alice Coffin, councilor at the town hall from Paris, Mathilde Viot, political scientist from Agen, and Pierre Vicario, influencer known as Maviedepapagay.

Star of social networks, the latter and his companion resorted to surrogacy (GPA) in the United States. They are the fathers of three daughters (two are 10 years old, the other is 6). Via Instagram and TikTok, Pierre Vicario shares his daily life; content that has inevitably become militant. He explains.

How did you meet Fierté 47?

Roman [Amiot, un des organisateurs, NDLR] is a friend, I naturally accepted the invitation. It is a form of activism to be visible through networks and in life: we walk in the streets to continue to advance our rights as LGBT + people. It is also an opportunity to show a positive image of surrogacy. Telling our story and explaining reality rather than the fantasies that some people may have.

In fact, you and your partner used surrogacy in the United States. Tell us about meeting Jill, the surrogate mother.

Organizations allow women who want to carry for others and future parents to meet. They are mainly heterosexual couples. The first time, we take psychological and personality tests, as future parents. Our profile is offered to women who give their consent. That’s how we met Jill and her husband. The feeling went very well.

Do your daughters know Jill?

We see her about once a year. She is considered a special family friend, of course. Our girls know their design, there are no secrets.

Let’s return to the Agenais event. Is this activism important, particularly in rural areas?

Indeed, we talk a lot about the pride march in Paris, that’s normal. However, perhaps LGBT+ people are less represented in rural areas, I find it important that there are pride marches in towns like Agen.

You talked about activism in your content on the networks. However, above all they evoke your daily life…

My activism is my visibility on networks that have a big impact today. The simple fact of talking about our lives, of showing that we are a family as ordinary as the others, I consider that it is a form of activism.

On your blog, a few years ago, you talked about your stress before your elders went back to school for the first time. How did it go ?

Between 0 and 3 years old, we stay in our family bubble, with just a childminder, we are not confronted with the gaze of other parents. When the school year begins, our children are confronted with traditional families, with a man and a woman. You never know what people might think since homophobia is very present. Our apprehension quickly dissipated because there were no problems at school.

Pierre Vicario will be present at the pride village, set up before the pride march, on May 18, from 11:30 a.m.

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