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Pride Month 2020

Pride Month 2020
1st June 2020 Notrino Collective
Burhan Ozgun Sen
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Pride Month 2020

As we enter the month of June, we are still battling with pandemic due to the COVID 19, no one can tell how and when will be able to recover economically, from the US – devastating news regarding murders of innocent and unarmed people of color. So instead of celebrating The Pride month, we are scared and worried. How did bravery, that was built so many years, suddenly replaced with fear? 

A medida que entramos en el mes de junio, todavía estamos luchando contra la pandemia debido al COVID 19, nadie puede decir cómo y cuándo podrá recuperarse económicamente, de los EE. UU. – Noticias devastadoras sobre asesinatos de personas de color inocentes y desarmados. Entonces, en lugar de celebrar el mes del Orgullo, estamos asustados y preocupados. ¿Cómo la valentía, que se construyó tantos años, de repente se reemplazó por el miedo?

Imagine that you live in 1969, the year when LGBT activism started to rise. These people were not afraid, they were more than brave! The Stonewall riots (also referred to as the Stonewall uprising or the Stonewall rebellion) were a series of demonstrations by members of the gay (LGBT) community against a police raid that began in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood.

Five months after the riots, activists proposed a resolution that a march is held in New York City to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the raid. Their proposal was for an annual march on the last Saturday in June with “no dress or age regulations.”

When organizers were looking for a slogan for the event, one of the members suggested “Pride.”

Imagina que vives en 1969, el año en que el activismo LGBT comenzó a aumentar. ¡Estas personas no tenían miedo, eran más que valientes! Los disturbios de Stonewall (también conocidos como el levantamiento de Stonewall o la rebelión de Stonewall) fueron una serie de manifestaciones de miembros de la comunidad gay (LGBT) contra una redada policial que comenzó en la madrugada del 28 de junio de 1969 en Stonewall. Posada en el barrio de Greenwich Village.
Cinco meses después de los disturbios, los activistas propusieron una resolución de que se realice una marcha en la ciudad de Nueva York para conmemorar el primer aniversario de la redada. Su propuesta era una marcha anual el último sábado de junio sin “normas de vestimenta o edad”.
Cuando los organizadores buscaban un eslogan para el evento, uno de los miembros sugirió “Orgullo”.

Same-sex marriage was legalized in Spain in 2005. That put Spain on the map as a third country in the world that recognizes same-sex marriage. As always, when it comes to decision like this, one group of people were celebrating, other ones were protesting. But, in the end, the law was passed. And it seems that from 2005, Spain has been a perfect example of the country that accepts people no matter their lifestyle. 

At least we would like to think that. 

A few days ago, members of VOX political party were protesting against the actual Spanish government and Prime minister Pedro Sanchez. During the protests, some of the protesters who passed through the Bailén street were faced with two men displaying the rainbow flag and one of them climbed onto the hood of the vehicle to insult and intimidate the victims. One of the victims told that they have heard outrageous things of all kinds: monsters, fagots, motherfuckers, we want you dead, buns, death to fagots….

Barcelona’s town hall has filed a complaint this Wednesday with the Prosecutor’s Office to investigate if VOX followers may have committed a hate crime. The mayor of the city, Ada Colau, said: “In Barcelona, we will not allow intolerance or homophobia. ”

This reaction brings back hope. Because Pride month is an opportunity to peacefully protest and raise political awareness of current issues facing the community. June of 1969,  marks the start of huge change within the LGBT+ community. We have to admit that we have come a long way since the riots of 1969 and by continuing in this long-standing tradition we have to continue to raise awareness, improve the attitudes of society and encourage inclusiveness. 

This June we will be mostly in our homes, because of the pandemic, but that must not stop us!

Nothing cant stop us in this fight for equality!

El matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo se legalizó en España en 2005. Eso puso a España en el mapa como un tercer país en el mundo que reconoce el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. Como siempre, cuando se trata de decisiones como esta, un grupo de personas estaba celebrando, otros protestaban. Pero, al final, la ley fue aprobada. Y parece que desde 2005, España ha sido un ejemplo perfecto del país que acepta personas sin importar su estilo de vida.
Al menos nos gustaría pensar eso.
Hace unos días, miembros del partido político VOX protestaban contra el actual gobierno español y el primer ministro Pedro Sánchez. Durante las protestas, algunos de los manifestantes que pasaron por la calle Bailén se enfrentaron a dos hombres que exhibían la bandera del arco iris y uno de ellos se subió al capó del vehículo para insultar e intimidar a las víctimas. Una de las víctimas dijo que habían escuchado cosas escandalosas de todo tipo: monstruos, maricones, hijos de puta, te queremos muerto, bollos, muerte a maricones …
El ayuntamiento de Barcelona ha presentado una queja este miércoles ante la Fiscalía para investigar si los seguidores de VOX pueden haber cometido un delito de odio. La alcaldesa de la ciudad, Ada Colau, dijo: “En Barcelona, ​​no permitiremos la intolerancia ni la homofobia. “

Esta reacción trae esperanza. Porque el mes del Orgullo es una oportunidad para protestar pacíficamente y crear conciencia política sobre los problemas actuales que enfrenta la comunidad. Junio ​​de 1969 marca el inicio de un gran cambio dentro de la comunidad LGBT +. Tenemos que admitir que hemos recorrido un largo camino desde los disturbios de 1969 y al continuar con esta larga tradición tenemos que seguir creando conciencia, mejorar las actitudes de la sociedad y fomentar la inclusión.
Este junio estaremos principalmente en nuestros hogares, debido a la pandemia, ¡pero eso no debe detenernos!
¡Nada puede detenernos en esta lucha por la igualdad!

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