Victor Abraham Lacô (Brussels) is a protean queer architect who bases his research around questions of eroticism, homoromanticism and the relationship to spatiality, while theorizing his relationship to love and sexualities. After 5 years of study at the National School of Architecture in Lyon and at La Cambre Horta in Brussels, he continued with a Master’s degree in gender studies at UCL. Today he divides his time between his commitment to LGBTQIA+ associations, the design of queer board games, as well as artistic residencies combining pornography, sociology, activism and poetry. His dissertation “Quand les hommes sort(ai)ent pour baiser, de la ritualisation des comportements de drague HsH aux terrains de chasse dématérialisés à l’ère du Covid-19” was awarded the LGBTQI+ François Delor dissertation prize in 2021. Since He is also a consultant on gender issues and LGBTQIA+ themes for a Gender Mainstreaming project at the scale of the Brussels urban plan.