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Marruecos. 2019. Niña de 18 años. Una puerta cerrada. Y un vuelo hacia adelante.

Nahla corre hacia el mar para ahogar sus pensamientos. En su mente el deseo de cruzar una línea. A su lado Nadima. Detrás de ella, una sociedad que tiene otros planes para ella. Y frente a ella un horizonte lleno de incógnitas y miedos.

A través de Nahla, nos acercaremos a los problemas y experiencias que sufren las mujeres migrantes lesbianas y bisexuales, tanto en su país de origen como una vez que llegan a España. Khadija Afkir, trabajadora social en el área de intervención social de la principal asociación de refugiados y solicitantes de asilo migrantes LGTBI en España, KIFKIF, arroja luz sobre el mar de dudas.

In this episode, Marta Valdearcos as Nahla, Sara Lapiedra, Anabel Cotoré, Aurora Martínez, Marta Villarte and Khadiya Afkir, coordinator of the social area of Kif Kif. Original music by Camille, performed by Raquel Sanz and Miguel Remiro.

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