Queer U.K. Activists Hacked London Transit Ads to Support LGBTQ+ Gazans
The Dyke Project, a “collection of transgender, cis and non-binary lesbian and gay men”, claims to have “hacked” 100 ads on public transport in London by covering obscure the actual advertisements with billboards displaying missiles from gay Palestinians from Gaza.
, according to Truth Out.
These posts come from Queering the Map, an online resource that allows LGBTQ+ users to share location-based posts from anywhere in the world.
“Please know that despite what the media says, there are still gay Palestinians,” it said.
“We are here, we are gay.
” “The only thing that helps me cope with life in Gaza is the sea and you,” it said.