Alejandro Speitzer launched a message against violence against women: “Feminicidal Society”

The actor asked men to raise awareness about the “feminicide society” that was created in Mexico

Alexander Speitzer spoke out against the violence suffered by womenas he shared that the story about the disappearance of Debanhi Escobar and the discovery of his lifeless body hit him and looks for a way to cooperate so that this type of situation does not continue.

Through a video he shared on his account TikTokAlejandro Speitzer sent a message to make aware men regarding their behavior and attitude male chauvinist towards women and towards themselves, since Mexico lives in a “feminicidal society” and it has to be stopped from the population, said the actor.

“I suppose that We were all heartbroken by this story.turned our stomachs, embarrassed us (…) I have the firm idea that one has to do these personal struggles, which sometimes seems useless, right? But I think they are very useful, ”the youngest of the Speitzer began his video.

Debanhi’s body was found lifeless on Thursday, April 21, inside a motel cistern near the last point where he was seen (Photo: Instagram/@debanhi.escobar)

As he expressed throughout the video that lasts about five minutes, since the government has failed to curb the violence that exists in Mexico towards women, society has to “cut in the bud” the acts that have led to dozens of women disappearing and being found dead.

“I have followers, I feel responsible for sharing my point of view with them and trying to do something to stop what is already us surpassingwhich is already a feminicidal society, which the government cannot stop and because it has not lived up to (…) what they promised. (…) Let’s nip this in the bud, what do I mean? To what these femicides, these brutal and painful acts, have been strengthened by all that machismo

He added that men are guilty of violence against women despite the fact that many call themselves victims, mainly because, day by day, they carry out small actions with which they favor an increase in machismo.

During the search for Debanhi, the bodies of five other missing women were found (Illustration: Jovani Pérez/Infobae México)
During the search for Debanhi, the bodies of five other missing women were found (Illustration: Jovani Pérez/Infobae México)

let us take responsibilitybecause we are also guilty, because we are not going to point out anything else thinking that we have only been victims, because it is not true“, said.

He also shared that for him it is painful and embarrassing what women live with violence in the country, and that men have to be aware that disappearances and femicides are getting closer to the people they care about.

In addition to this, he mentioned that is in favor of the ways in which women manifest themselves against gender violence and their reaction to what is happening in Mexico with them is understandable.

“The women are angry, they are disappointed, they are angry and afraidThey are afraid to go out, they are afraid of many things. I understand that it is normal how they react and want to be heard because It seems that they are not listening in any way

In addition to the murder of Debanhi Escobar, the disappearance and murder of more than a dozen women in Mexico has disturbed society (Photo: EFE/Hilda Ríos)
In addition to the murder of Debanhi Escobar, the disappearance and murder of more than a dozen women in Mexico has disturbed society (Photo: EFE/Hilda Ríos)

He ended his message by assuring that he is willing to help in any way you can, mainly through your social networks, to spread information to help stop violence against women, as well as to find the disappeared.

In addition, he also said that he will continue with his daily and personal fight for respect for women:

“I will try to help and well, with what I told them, with my personal struggle every day, with respect and with the love that I have for women

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