Cuba’s LGBTQ community reacts to the San Isidro Movement political crisis

Editor’s note: Tremenda Nota is the Washington Blade’s media partner in Cuba. Tremenda Nota published a Spanish version of this story on its website on Nov.

30. Blade International News Editor Michael K. Lavers translated this article from Spanish. HAVANA — LGBTQ rights groups have weighed in on the political crisis in Cuba sparked by the hunger strike of the San Isidro Movement, a group of dissident activists, and the protest in front of the Culture Ministry on Nov.

27 where hundreds of people demanded the government respect the rights of artists and citizens. La Plataforma 11M, an independent LGBTI+ collective, in a short statement it published this Saturday backed “the initiative of the group of young intellectuals and artists” to go

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