Activist and protector of LGBT collective rights Cscar Cazorla He was found dead and with suspected traces of violence in his home in the Juchitán de Zaragoza municipality, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, the civilian organizations reported on Sunday.
"Muxe activist found dead." Cscar Cazorla, who has been fighting for the LGBT community for decades, "said a non-governmental organization, Cencos, who is on Twitter to respect human rights and freedom of expression.
According to local media, Cazorla was found dead in his home in this municipality in the southern state of Oaxaca in the middle of the blood pool and traces of violence, so authorities are already investigating the case.
At this time, the causes of his death are unknown.
62, Cazorla was one of the founders of one of the most popular parties of sexual diversity and devoted to muxes called "Authentic, Unmerciful Danger Watchers".
This festival, also known as sailing, has pre-Hispanic memories and has been celebrated for more than 40 years at Juchitán de Zaragoza, confirming the role of muezzos in this area of Mexico.
Death CazorlaKnown in the region as a major human rights defender for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities, he filled social networks with compassion and amazement.
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Especially members of the LGBT community in Mexico.
"I join with the assassination of my sisters of muxes of authentic fearless traitors for dangers … I remain in the peace of carscar Cazorla," said Greece's Jiménez, muxe and candidate for 2018 for Mayor of Magdalene Tlacotepec.
Another muze, Teca Sicaru, wrote on Facebook: "And I was crying out of sadness when I wrote this text. Wasscar was one of those who led me at the beginning of the museum.
"Authentic fearless threat seekers are in sorrow, you left a broken heart, rest in peace, my brother, Cscar Cazorla," added another muxe in social networks, Felina Santiago.
Isthm Tehuantepec, where Juchitán de Zaragoza is located, is known as the earth muxes.
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In Zapotec's culture, muxes are duality, people born as males who get a female aspect and take on both female and male roles, following the tradition of ancestors.
With information from EFE