The Dyke Project, a U.K.-based “collection of trans, cis, [and] non-binary lesbians and queers,” says they “hacked” 100 advertisements across London transit by covering up physical ads with placards displaying missives from queer Palestinians in Gaza, per Truth Out. The messages came from Queering the Map, an online resource that allows LGBTQ+ users to share geotagged posts from anywhere in the world. “Pls know despite what the media says there are gay Palestinians,” one read. “We are here, we are queer. Free Palestine.” “The only thing that helps me bear living in Gaza is the sea and you,” another reads.