‘Pink Zone’ with LGBTQ+ bars proposed for downtown Tijuana


Tijuana officials said they will consider a proposal to create a “Pink Zone” in the downtown area that will include at least 10 bars and clubs catering to the LGBTQ+ community. Edoardo Rodríguez Delgado, Tijuana’s assistant director of diversity and inclusion, told the El Sol Newspaper that the city has received a petition signed by club owners and community members asking for this “Pink Zone.” “Many are working together to create a rainbow gathering point before dedicating it as the city’s Pink Zone,” said Rodríguez Delgado. “This requires a commitment from the city to provide a secure atmosphere for everyone, it’s important for those who are going to be inside these bars and clubs to feel safe.”

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