Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) protest against femicide in Mexico City in January Outraged Mexicans are flooding social media with nature and animal photos to drown out gruesome photos of a murdered woman.Ingrid Escamilla, 25, was killed by the man she lived with, and forensic workers leaked…

A Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) protest against femicide in Mexico City in January

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A Ni Una Menos (Now not One Much less) utter against femicide in Mexico Metropolis in January

Outraged Mexicans are flooding social media with nature and animal pictures to drown out gruesome pictures of a murdered lady.

Ingrid Escamilla, 25, became killed by the man she lived with, and forensic workers leaked photos of her body.

By posting “sparkling” photos and quotes along with her title activists draw to “honour her memory and her life”.

Femicide, gender-basically based fully killings of girls folks, is on the upward thrust in Mexico.

More than 700 cases are at explain being investigated, and activists tell the number of girls folks killed on story of their gender is great greater.

Ms Escamilla became stabbed to loss of life in Mexico Metropolis by her partner, who then mutilated her body to strive and cowl the proof.

Mexicans had been outraged by the brutality of the crime, and by the e-newsletter of the leaked photograph of her body in a newspaper.

“Now when anyone searches Ingrid Escamilla’s title they’ll accumulate sparkling pictures that honour her memory and the life of her family,” one lady tweeted.

Hundreds of videos and pictures of butterflies, sunsets, llamas, vegetation flooded Twitter and Instagram with Ingrid Escamilla’s title, including by Mexican creator Valeria Luiselli.

Mexico Metropolis-basically based fully artist Sofia Tello Moscarella posted on Twitter a drawing she fabricated from Ms Escamilla, which became widely shared.

“With our anger, we are going to come up with the option to grow vegetation. Rest, Ingrid, because we won’t allow them to rest,” she tweeted.

Ms Moscarella urged the BBC: “What took voice to Ingrid made me so unbelievably sad, so I attempted to realize one thing fine esteem many varied of us had been. Nobody would possibly maybe hang to silent never ever be remembered esteem she became [in the photos].”

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Mexican artist Sofia Tello Moscarella drew Ingrid Escamilla to endure in thoughts her positively

Person @CamilaMay tweeted: “I’d fairly endure in thoughts you with this chonky [fat] cat than endure in thoughts you with gruesome photos.”

Some tweeted Ni Una Menos (Now not One Much less), a phrase veteran to utter violence against girls folks across Latin The United States.

They didn’t realise that we’re thousands, not simplest in Mexico, however furthermore in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina. We’re right here this day and we’re not fearful,” tweeted @HeyAleja.

On Monday President Andrés Manuel López Obrador talked about that the difficulty of femicides had been “manipulated” by those extreme of his administration.

The mayor of Mexico Metropolis talked a few suspect had been arrested for the assassinate of Ms Escamilla.

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