Fuenlabrada

History

According to a Observatorio Madrileño contra la homofobia, transfobia y bifobia report, there were 240 LGBT hate crimes with 316 victims in the comunidad de Madrid in 2016. 93% of the aggressors were men. Gay men were 71% of the victims with lesbians and transwomen the second most with 13% each. Lesbians were one of the groups least likely to report such crimes, with only 18% of victims doing so. That compared with transgender people at 30% and gay men 25%. 185 of the incidents occurred in Madrid capital, with incidents taking place elsewhere as well. 3 attacks took place in Fuenlabrada.

2019 saw a decrease of LGBT hate crimes, down 24 from the previous year. While 248 of the 321 reported incidents took place in Madrid capital, the city recorded 3 cases, tied for sixth most in the region alongside Collado Villalba, Parla, Pozuelo de Alarcón and Navalafuente. 19.4% of the victims across the whole of the region were lesbians, the second largest group behind gay men at 68.1%.

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