They vandalize the plaque that honors ‘La Veneno’ in Madrid by covering it with Franco stickers

The plaque that honors ‘La Veneno’ in the Parque del Oeste in Madrid, vandalized with Franco stickers.

The plaque in honor of ‘The Venom’ It has been vandalized, once again. Those responsible for the action have covered the plate that pays homage with stickers of Franco’s face. The plaque, located on the Madrid West Park, He has suffered on more than one occasion.

It has been the policy and number 5 of the candidacy of Más Madrid to the Community of Madrid, Carla Antonelli, who has made this attack ugly through a photograph posted on Twitter.

“The Spain where every day and the other also point the finger at us, the one in which in the last year aggressions increased by more than 67% LGBTIphobic and especially the transphobic ones, hate is not only vociferated in stadiums, but also by political leaders of the extreme right from public speakers and official channels”Antonelli has expressed.

It is not the first time that the plate that yields Tribute to Cristina Ortizplaced on the pillar between Francisco and Jacinto Alcántara streets and the promenade of Camoens, suffers attacks. So much so, that the Moncloa-Aravaca Board decided to protect it with a sheet of transparent material “that resists possible attacks and better anchorage.”

‘In memory of Cristina Ortiz, La Veneno, transsexual woman visible in the 90s’ is the phrase that is included on the plaque.

Cristina Ortiz gave visibility to transgender people and was “an example of resistance and courage.” She died in 2016 after spending four days in a coma in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the La Paz Hospital in Madrid, where she arrived after being found in her house with a blow to the head.

He was born in Adra (Almería) on March 19, 1964. She was very popular on nighttime television programs in the 90s since she first appeared in Pepe Navarro’s space ‘Tonight we cross the Mississippi’ in 1996.

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