The 20th of November is the day of remembrance of those murdered because of being trans. This year the killings recorded in the world are 226.
We decided to attack a Catholic church as a symbol of anti-transgender oppression. The violence experienced by trans people is the consequence of the Church’s morals and rules of gender.
On the night of November 20th, 2014 we targeted the Basilica of Saint Paul in 2, Asmara Street. We glued the locks of various doors, threw pink paint on the facade and painted “20/11 NIGHT OF TRANS REVENGE” on the front door.
Let’s attack the churches!
Revenge is not just remembrance!