Firstly, you must go to the
nearest hospital and get an injuries form, which is required to report
your assault. Secondly, we advise that you go to the police station
in the area where the assault took place. If this is not possible, go
to the nearest police station or headquarters. You can contact any LGTB
helpline and ask for help to fill in the forms.
Be aware that if you cannot
remember the facts clearly, you can complete an extension of the original
reporting form on a later stage. It is important that you liaise with
witnesses who are willing to take part in a trial, as their testimonies
will be vital to get your attacker/s punished. Also, you must
be aware that the Código Penal treats homophobia as an aggravating
fact, which is applied when someone is assaulted because of their sexual
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