This Saturday, thousands of people in different states of the republic took to the streets to carry out the LGBTIQ pride parade+, in which it was demanded that the rights of lesbians, gays, as well as bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and queer people and all types of sexual identity be guaranteed.
THE MARCH IN YUCATAN
Hate crimes, transfeminicides and laws that guarantee the rights of the LGBTQ+ community; They were part of the violence that sought to make visible the thousands of people of sexual diversity, who went out this Saturday to march in Mérida, Yucatán.
(Photo: Claudia Arriaga)
Dances, music and slogans were part of the protest. It was a celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride, where the claim to the authorities and society was dignity and justice. They even asked for justice for Jose Eduardo Ravelo Echavarria, the “Guero”; They recalled that the Mérida Police and the attention of the State Health Services allegedly re-victimized him for being homosexual.
The course began from the Monument to the Homeland in Paseo de Montejo and ended in the center of the Yucatecan capital. In addition, the closure was attended by national artists and activists such as Lorena Herrara, Manelyk González, Wendy Guevara, to name a few.
(Photo: Claudia Arriaga)
THE MARCH IN NUEVO LEÓN
The route began at Alfonso Reyes and Pedro M. Anaya and headed towards the Esplanade of the Heroes.
During the march there was an atmosphere of celebration and camaraderie.
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This march was attended by Mariana Rodríguez, head of the AMAR office in Nuevo León, and Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas, mayor of Monterrey.
Jennifer Aguayo, leader of the Movement for Equality entity, considered this edition of the pride parade historic because for the first time a first lady of the state was present.
THE MARCH IN CHIAPAS
In this state, groups and people gathered in Comitán de Domínguez and San Cristóbal de las Casas, in the latter municipality, members of the LGBTTTIQ+ community left the La Merced neighborhood, to culminate in the historic center, where they placed rainbow flags, a symbol of the movement, reported El Universal.
In Comitán de Domínguez, the march departed from the Miguel Alemán neighborhood, towards the historic center, two hours later than scheduled, due to the constant rain that has fallen due to the presence of the tropical depression that moves in the Pacific.
THE MARCH IN PUEBLA
In Puebla, the 2022 LGBTTTIQ+ State Pride March was experienced, which was the first attended by Doña Rosalía Morales, a 67-year-old woman who accompanied her gay son.
This event has been held in the capital for 20 years.
“I have my son who is gay and the whole family is supporting him. This is the first time I’m accompanying him, I’m glad because he opened up to us and we responded to him,” Doña Rosalía told TeleDiario.
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This is how the LGBTIQ+ Pride march was experienced in the states
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