CAMAGÜEY. - To celebrate the conquests that Cuba exhibits today on the subject of inclusion and to promote the respect to the differences, the eleventh Cuban Day against the Homophobia and the Trans-phobia will come in May.

Although in Havana and in Pinar del Rio will happen the principal proposals of the National Center of Sex education (Cenesex), this province will celebrate theirs near May 17, International Day against the Homophobia and the Trans-phobia.

According to Gleyder González Ortega, coordinator here of the Men's network that they have sex with men (HSH), the opening of the Camagüey´s activities will happen in the night of 13 in the central Plaza del Gallo (Square of the Rooster). From this day until 19 voices in favor of the diversity will lift from diverse spaces, fundamentally from the arts and the promotion of health.

As in 2017, it is promoted from this campaign that the schools are spaces for an integral education and without prejudices of the sexuality and hence they are free of discrimination for sexual orientation and identity of genre and of bullying for that one and other causes. The University of Medical Sciences Carlos J. Finlay will be thus a head office of several moments of training and reflections.

An exhibition of plastic arts in the gallery Larios, projection and debate of movies in the movie theater Casablanca, marketing of condoms and rapid tests of VIH on the 18th in Maceo street, a street band on the 16 from the Square of the Rooster up to the Ignacio Agramonte Park and a gala on the same 17 in the theater Avellaneda, stand out among the invitations in the provincial capital. The territories will show similar initiative in this week.

“To each of these moments we quote all the persons who dream of an equity world, and not only to the community LGBTI (lesbians, gays, bisexual, transsexual and intersexual). It is in hands of the society all this justice to which our revolutionary project aspires, and this is a way of fighting for it”, said Gleyder to Adelante Digital.

Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez