FEMEN was at the Pride Paris the day before yesterday, alongside the # LGBT community, to denounce the violent attacks and bloody atrocities directed against it.
In Africa gays are murdered, executed in the Middle East, and many attacks still persist in the West.France is also stubborn! In December 2015, Christine Boutin was sentenced for inciting hatred by treating the LGBT community as “abomination”.
This year, however, the march had particular resonance: on June 12, gays were victims of the worst mass murder by gunfire in US history.15 days after the media are still struggling to recognise the highly homophobic content of the massacre. Very few newspapers have echoed the nature of the attack or what characterised the missing.
FEMEN denounces this media invisibility of the victims and reiterates its support for the entire gay community. Saturday, our bodies barded LGBT flag, we walked proudly, and heartfelt solidarity, because we will not forget what happened to the “Pulse” in Orlando that night … Never!
ORLANDO WE WILL NOT FORGIVE!
ORLANDO WE WILL NOT FORGET!