Salvadoran soccer players denounce sexual harassment and discrimination

Selected FESFUT, photo Journal 1
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

Seven players from the Salvadoran Football Federation (FESFUT) They denounced in a newspaper publication Journal 1 From El Salvador, who were victims of sexual harassment and discrimination by the team coaches.

The players told Diary 1, technical coach, Elmer Guidos, The meeting called in at night, In addition to them “He stroked her hair” and he came to give you a “nalgada” one of the athletes.

But also, Salvadorean selected, others said they faced discrimination for their sexual preferences and Carlos Cortez and David Hernandez, also technical, made sexual comments or jokes with sexual content.

Complaints from players, were made public, one after week that this international news agency revealed allegations of Salvadoran journalists, ensuring sexual harassment suffered by the news director Roberto Hugo Preza.

After publication, Salvadoran prosecutor opened an investigation on its own initiative and called for other women who have been victims of this crime come to lodge a formal complaint.