This LGBTQ NFT artwork is about Donatella Versace’s emotional and moving speech criticizing the right-wing Italian government’s anti-LGBT policies.
Versace, one of the biggest names in the fashion industry, made the speech while accepting a humanitarian award at the CNMI Sustainable Fashion Awards on Sunday night.
She spoke openly about his position on the LGBTQ community, criticizing the government for discriminating against the rights of minorities, emphasizing that at a time when trans people still suffer terrible violence and the children of same-sex couples are not considered their children, the struggle for freedom must continue.
Donatella Versace recounted a memory of her brother when Gianni came to her when she was 11 years old and confessed that he was gay.
“For me it changed nothing. I loved him and I didn’t care who he loved.” She told the crowd that received a standing ovation.
The Versace Company was founded by Gianni Versace in 1978, and Donatella Versace was its creative director after her brother’s murder in 1997 outside of his Miami Beach mansion.
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