The French author Anne Rambach was born Anne Rosseau in Saint-Brieuc, Bretagne. She read literature before she joined the Act-Up Paris, an organisation dedicated to fighting AIDS. She chaired the society in 1994. Rambach has written essays and screenplays for television together with her partner Marine Rambach. Both are active within the gay rights movement and they previously ran a publishing house focusing on gay writing. Their book La culture gaie et lesbienne (2003) deals with various issues that concern gays and lesbians. Les intellos précaires (2001) draws attention to the precarious economic situation for young people working within the culture sector in France.
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