The ultraconservative association Make yourself heard has chartered a bus against what they consider "radical feminism" and to ask the PP, Citizens and Vox the derogation of gender laws and against sexist violence. The organization refers to the Law of Gender Violence, 2004, and the norms of protection or respect for the LGTBI community promoted by the autonomous communities. The vehicle will travel through several cities until next March 8, International Women's Day, when a feminist strike is also called.
"It is not gender violence, it is domestic violence" is the main message of the campaign, which includes a second slogan: "Gender laws discriminate against men" and which alludes to the leaders of the PP, Ciudadanos and Vox, to urge them to repeal them. In addition to these messages, Hazte Oír uses the figure of the dictator of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, who appears drawn with his makeup face and with the feminist symbol on his cap. A tag for social networks is added to the slogans, "#stopfeminazis".
The initiative was presented this Thursday in Madrid, in the parking lot of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. The organizers intend that the bus circulate this Thursday and this Friday through the streets of the capital and that it approaches the headquarters of the PP, Ciudadanos and Vox. The rest of the days, until Friday, March 8, the vehicle will travel through Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, Cádiz and Pamplona.
The Asociation Make yourself heard it has its public utility status revoked when considering the Ministry of the Interior, which grants it, that its campaigns are contrary to the general interest. The organization became known in 2017 by a propaganda action also inserted in buses, which read "Children have penis, girls have vulva, do not be deceived, if you are born man, you are male, if you are a woman, you will continue to be "