Cartoon on Sexual Diversity Released in Cuba

The short film is aimed at making society reflect on issues such as sexual diversity, gender roles and discrimination, though a combination of music, geometric figures and visual effects which makes it easily accessible for children and adults alike.

With Head of the National Center for Sex Education (CENESEX) Mariela Castro Espin, and Elsa Carrasco from the Cuban Institute of Radio and Televisión as advisors, the project was sponsored by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (COSUDE).

The cartoon was officially released in January, during the fifth Cuban Congress on Sex Education, Counselling and Therapy. The second part, titled Blue and Pink, will be premiered on March 3.

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