An incomplete history Lesbians and feminism in Spain by region
Last night on my Twitter feed, there were some big discussions about lesbians and feminism in Spain. I can’t really weigh into those debates in Spanish but what I can do is compile a history from various documents I have about lesbians and feminism in Spain. This piece is not very cohesive because what it…
Almansa Entiende’s L v G v T v B v I Twitter mentions
Almansa Entiende member Rocío Martínez was quoted in elDiario.es as saying on 10 June 2021 that trans people were the most invisible group in the rainbow and the most in need of support and guidance. A review of Almansa Entiende’s Twitter activity in January 2022 found that transpeople were the most visible group inside the…
Second Spanish Republic and the Spanish Civil War (1931 – 1939)
The Second Republic created an opening for Spanish women, with laws changing to give women more rights, including the right to run for political office, to vote and to get a divorce.