The website ‘www.orgullolgtb.org’, enabled by the organizers of the Pride march 2020 to follow the demonstration online, has suffered this Saturday a fall due to excess traffic around 7:00 p.m., at which point this claim was to begin, according to sources confirmed by Europa Press.
From the State Federation of Lesbians, Gays, Trans and Bisexuals (FELGTB), organizers of the event together with COGAM and LGTB + Collective of Madrid, have reported that there is another web address (https://manifestacion.orgullolgtb.org/) where Follow the demonstration that this year is running online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This year’s demonstration virtually runs the streets of Madrid and it is headed by a banner made up of lesbian, trans and bisexual (LTB) women who are leaders in different fields. This year’s march is developed under the theme ‘Sorority and feminism to TRANSFORM. Lesbian, trans and bisexual women in action! For the most vulnerable. ‘
The event runs through a virtual geolocation system from Puerta de Alcalá to Plaza de España in Madrid. Participation can be done anonymously or publicly depending on the preferences of each participant. You can choose a name to display and a personal slogan or banner, as specified by the organizations.
You can also follow the performances of different artists such as Lolita Watson, Bastet (first openly lesbian rapper), DJ Telastica, Belenciana, or the Cuban singer, Klaudi and will exclusively feature the premiere of Ondina’s new single and the first single by FREVVA. The march is broadcast by the comic presenter, Elsa Ruiz.