GUADALAJARA, Mexico – A folk ballet made up of men and women of the LBGTTTI community in the western Mexican state of Jalisco is determined to fight discrimination and instill respect for sexual diversity while preserving Mexican traditions.The inclusive group is made up of those who feel free to dance dressed as charros or in brilliantly colored dresses to Mexico’s most traditional tunes.Johnny Cobian, founder of the Jalisco Is Diverse LBGTTTI Folk Ballet, told EFE that they seek to promote respect for people’s gender identity and sexual orientation, and also to . . .
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