Under the motto ' the important thing is the company, see who you want ', ALEAS encourages citizens to express themselves freely and in complete normality during this celebration, regardless of sexual orientation and gender of each person identity
ALEAS promotes this initiative which, under the motto 'the important thing is the company, go with who you want, seeks to demonstrate 'absence of real effective equality' existing in society and combat the discrimination still suffered by the collective of lesbians, gays, transsexuals and bisexuals
The Area of freedom of sexual expression of Izquierda Unida in Andalusia (ALEAS) will launch a campaign in the next Feria de Abril of Sevilla to reveal the lack of awareness which is still patent in society in relation to the recognition of the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT).
Under the slogan, the important thing is the company, go with who you want, ALEAS encourages citizens to express themselves freely and in complete normality during this celebration, regardless of sexual orientation and gender of each person identity.
In Seville they can expel a booth two boys who dance sevillanas together.
"That is the main objective of this initiative", said the Coordinator of this area, Daniel González, who considers "inadmissible" to "full century XXI a lesbian or gay couple can being expelled from a booth at the fair simply show loving each other and dance sevillanas together".
Situations of this kind, which "unfortunately still happen", reflect, in view of Izquierda Unida, 'absence of real effective equality' and confirm the need for public administration "to play an exemplary role and strives to educate society, albeit through small gestures".
Thus, González has warned that, "as much as the booths are private and have right of admission, human rights and discrimination on sexual orientation or gender identity attentive badly against the Constitution". For this reason, it urged both Andalusia and Seville City Hall "to not wash your hands" and put all resources at its disposal to prevent any kind of exclusion of this tenor during the fair.
From ALEAS lament that the LGTBfobia will continue very present in Andalusia and, above all, in their villages and remind us that, to combat it, the affective-sexual education from the early years is essential. "Hence the importance of promoting actions aimed at promoting the respect, knowledge and tolerance", allege. Therefore, they conclude, urging the autonomous Government to activate the measures contained in the "agreement for Andalusia" to eradicate this scourge as soon as possible.