Sitges Monument Against Homophobia

Sitges beach has been a popular meeting place for gay men for decades. In 1996, the police started to patrol the beach in an attempt to crack down on this activity.

However the plan lead to uprisings and protests. Ten years later, in 2006, the town erected a pink triangle on the seafront with the inscription ‘Sitges against homophobia. Never again.’





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