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Local activists report a broad range of incidents that include filming patrons of gay bars, severe beatings and attacks by Rotweiler dogs against gays and trans people in public spaces. Cuando Nicole logra zafarse de los agresores y corre, estos le sueltan un perro Rottweiler, que al alcanzarla y abalanzarse sobre ella le ocasiona serias lesiones. Petit Thouars del Cercado de Lima, dejando a varias de ellas heridas. Estos hechos fueron oportunamente denunciados por el grupo Claveles Rojos, sin que hasta la fecha se haya obtenido respuesta a sus reclamos.
When Nicole managed to break free from the officers and run, they unleashed a Rotweiler dog against her. The dog jumped on Nicole, causing her severe injuries. These are not isolated incidents but reflect a systematic pattern of abuse against gay and trans people in the area. On July 22, in Plaza San Martin, Serenazgo officers also used police dogs to attack a group of gay men, and on the same day other officers also from Serenazgo severely beat some trans sex workers in Petit Thouars Ave.
One of the trans sex workers was grabbed by officers and tear gas sprayed on her. Local organization Claveles Rojos denounced the fact to you, without obtaining any response up to now. We believe that it is perfectly possible for you to fulfill your duty of protecting the Lima population without perpetrating acts of violence and targeting specific communities, for the mere fact of being who they are, what constitutes discriminatory treatment.
Peru has ratified several international human rights treaties — like the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the Interamerican Convention on Human Rights and the Andean Chart to Protect and Promote Human Rights —that condemn this kind of behavior and bind representatives from the Peruvian state to homosexualidad indulge in them as well as to punish those who do. After being attacked by Serenazgo officers and their dog, Nicole submitted a complaint at Alfonso Ugarte police station.
The officer in-charge, Mr. Nicole had to resort to the Prosecutor Office to finally have her complaint accepted. Belissa Andia and Colectivo Claveles Rojos interviewed homosexualidad attacked by Serenazgo on July 22 and took pictures that show the results of the severe beatings they were subjected to. A letter was sent to Lima Major, Mr. Activists submitted a complaint to the Ombudsman Office who has urged the City Major Homosexualidad to reply.
Documentation about the attack homosexualidad by Nicole has been added to this complaint. The current local government represents extreme right homosexualidad catholic groups Unidad Nacional- Solidaridad Nacional related to organizations like Opus Dei. Serenazgo is not a police division. There is no law regulating its operation yet. It has been created by the City Major as an emergency measure to provide security to Lima population.
Serenazgo staff has not been trained travestismo, as there is no law that regulates their homosexualidad, they assume there are no limitations to it either. They are not allowed to carry fireamrs, but they have been provided with dogs, sticks and video cameras. Local activists consider all these travestismo be illegal, as nowhere it is travestismo that Serenazgo officers are allowed to grab, beat, or tear-gas people.
Numerous other human rights mechanisms of the United Nations have subsequently condemned discrimination based on sexual homosexualidad. The right to be free from arbitrary arrest or detention is protected by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Article 9. Article 10 of this Chart reaffirms the decision of Andean states to combat all forms of racism, discrimination, xenophobia and any other form of intolerance or exclusion against individuals or collectives based on race, color, sex, age, language, religion, political beliefs, nationality, sexual orientation, migratory status and any other; as well as their commitment to promote national legislation that will criminalize racial discrimination.
Section F of the Chart is devoted specifically to the rights of people whose sexual orientation differs from that of the majority. Article 52 recognizes that all people, regardless of their sexual orientation or choice, are entitled to the same human rights. In Article 52, signatory states commit themselves to combat all forms homosexualidad discrimination against individuals based on their sexual orientation or choice, according to national legislation and so they will pay special attention to preventing and punishing violence and discrimination against those whose sexual orientation or choice differs from that travestismo the majority, travestismo well as providing legal resources for effective remedy in case of damage caused by such offenses.
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Skip to main content. You will find a model letter below. We suggest that you send your letter travestismo Spanish. Conde de Superunda Cercado de Homosexualidad Email: alcalde munlima. Obusman Email: defensor defensoria. Email: belissa runa. Quedamos a la espera de su respuesta y de sus acciones futuras en este tema.
Thus, we demand that you Launch a through investigation on the facts denounced by Claveles Rojos that must start by calling local activists to meet with you and present you with the facts.
Travestismo call citizens —and in travestismo organized groups working with population that are likely to be targets of discrimination and abuse in the city- to share with you their ideas about how to better harmonize citizens security with full respect for human rights on the part of Serenazgo officers in Lima.
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Travestis encounter harsher stigmatization and violence than sexual minorities whose gender normativity allows them to avoid unwanted attention. Moreover, they have traditionally been underserved by Ivoirian sexual minority rights groups, who have worked to distance themselves from travestis, framing them as recklessly indiscreet. We trace how Ivoirian travestis became increasingly vulnerable following the installation of a new national army that proved more hostile to them.
And we show how, as a result of anti-travesti abuses committed by the army, non-travesti sexual minority activists became increasingly aware of the plight of travestis, and took steps to include them in their programming. These activists may have also been motivated by an increasing interest in transgender issues on the part of international donors.
Some taxi drivers, lined up on the street awaiting clients, looked on in amusement, others in disgust. Inside, stylish patrons pairing designer shoes with rolled-up jeans or high pumps with skintight dresses perched on faux-leather couches near tables cluttered with beer bottles and the occasional bottle of sparkling wine. On a night much like this inthe doors to Le Club swung open and men dressed in military uniforms and carrying Kalashnikov rifles filed into the bar. Speaking harshly, some of them travestismo free drinks from the staff while others singled out effeminate male patrons and, especially, travestis, ordering them into a military cargo truck homosexualidad.
Some travestis were forced to strip in the street before boarding. Fear quickly rippled through the crowd. Since taking over the country, the FRCI had become notorious for human rights abuses meted out against officials and citizens affiliated with the previous government and, in some cases, sexual minorities Corey-BouletThomann Many of our research participants described this evening and others like it in dramatic detail.
Even more alarmingly, since becoming a ubiquitous presence on the streets of Abidjan, members of the FRCI had been rounding up travesti sex workers in regular raids Corey BouletThomann Travestis reported being stripped, beaten and raped at military bases and private villas that had fallen under army control, held without explanation often overnight and sometimes for several days. Travestis sometimes undergo medical treatment, including hormone injections, to produce secondary sex characteristics associated with women, such as breast growth, fat redistribution and the thinning of body hair.
Futhermore, travestis fit awkwardly within the global movement for sexual travestismo rights, as they do not homosexualidad embrace — nor do their lives neatly accord with — the standard transgender label employed by international NGOs and human rights organizations.
It traces how travestis became increasingly vulnerable to violence following the brief post-election conflict and subsequent change of power in —, and how, even prior to that, they had already been disempowered by a community of donors and local activists who never viewed their needs as a priority. Yet it also shows how non-travesti sexual minority activists responded to the abuses travestis endured by becoming more inclusive in their programming.
We come to this work from different professional and academic backgrounds. After interviewing several survivors of this violence, Thomann contacted Corey-Boulet about the possibility of bringing media attention to the travestismo. The resulting reporting received wide coverage in the U. Our identification as gay men also played into our relationships. In order to maintain their masculine privilege, they had to avoid, if not repudiate, sexual and gender non-conformity.
Other than Claver, who is a highly visible public figure and insisted that we use his real name in our work, we have assigned research participants pseudonyms to ensure their anonymity. Unless otherwise indicated, all quotations are taken directly from interviews conducted in French by the authors and translated by the authors.
There is significant slippage in the terminology employed in work on sexual subjectivities outside of the North Atlantic context. Following Tamale, we conceive sexuality as multi-layered and deeply tied to gendered ideologies and other social realities, such as ethnicity, religion and class. To be clear, labeling all travestis as transgender individuals would be inaccurate. Recent scholarship in the field of transgender studies has engaged the expansion of the transgender label across cultural contexts, particularly in the humanitarian and HIV sectors ValentineVidal-OrtizDuttaStryker and AizuraAizura et al.
As many of these scholars point out, the term transgender has been universalized, offering new political inclusion to gender non-conforming communities around the world while eliding local expressions of gender variance.
As Aizura et al. We join these scholars in both their critique of the transgender rubric and their reluctance to recommend discontinuing its use. Politicians, activists, and scholars from both Africa and the global North have fiercely debated the issue of African homophobia. This is particularly the case when Western politicians, activists and journalists point to anti-gay rhetoric without contextualizing its roots in colonial social constructs and, more recently, in African anxieties over sovereignty and globalization.
Marc Epprecht has examined how African homosexuality has been represented and interpreted from colonialism through to more recent discussions dealing with HIV, human rights and anti-neocolonial movements on the continent Epprecht By the time AIDS was identified on the continent in the mids and it was noted that it affected woman and men equally, Travestismo researchers were more than happy to suggest that heterosexuality was the only African sexuality in existence Caldwell and Caldwell Homosexualidad they against Western portrayals of African sexuality as inherently promiscuous, transaction-based and reflecting loose morals, African leaders generally endorsed the view that homosexuality did not exist on the continent Epprecht ,41— This persistent ignorance on the part of many African leaders, as well as scholars and activists from the global North, resulted in a lack of research on same-sex HIV transmission and of prevention messaging tailored to the needs of sexual minorities.
With the emergence of locally- and internationally-supported identitarian movements organized around non-normative sexual rights in the mids, the issue of homosexuality was again brought to the forefront of debates over African sexuality, particularly in the new democracies of sub-Saharan Africa Currier ; Epprecht; Lorway ; Reid ; Tucker In the context of a continent ravaged by neoliberal structural adjustment programs and populated by an army of technocrats and activists from the global North, sub-Saharan African homosexualidad became increasingly concerned with a decline in sovereignty.
Epprecht points travestismo that this led to homosexual scapegoating and increased police surveillance60as politicians and the popular press made links between economic downturns and homosexual activity. Rather, this violence could be characterized as heteronormativity, which suggests a larger ideological pattern, rather than homophobia, which suggests an individually rooted belief.
Driving over the Charles de Gaulle Bridge from the airport and catching the first glimpse of the bright lights, towering skyscrapers and billboards of the central business district, Plateau, one has the impression of being in travestismo commercial district of the United States rather than a recent conflict zone in West Africa.
In the wealthy Cocody district, women wearing tailored suits made from expensive Dutch waxprint fabric head home from the market while chatting on Blackberry smartphones and Samsung tablets. In its chic restaurants, Chinese businessmen consult on new construction projects and European expatriates discuss development projects over local cuisine.
Despite years of economic decline, growing inequality and a protracted political crisis, Abidjan retains a cosmopolitan allure. Abidjan was established as the capital of the Ivoirian colony in During most of the colonial-era, Abidjan was a city inhabited by male migrants from the countryside. Its population was approximatelyduring the period leading up to decolonization in VidalThese improvements were most visible in Abidjan, which was internationally recognized as a cosmopolitan capital where new forms of African modernity were emerging.
In her pioneering work on gender in post-independence Abidjan, Claudine Vidal documents some of these changes, in particular the emergence of a sexually liberated group of women who blended Western and Ivoirian aesthetics. Changing gender roles were widely debated in the media as housewives became recognized as businesswomen travestismo an informal economy Vidal Discourses on homosexuality also emerged from this new drive for modernity.
They documented an increased visibility of homosexuality in popular discourse, namely in news media covering Ivoirian social life and culture. More overt expressions of alternative sexualities were also sometimes tolerated and, in some cases, welcomed. But there remained lines that were not to be crossed. Oscar received positive press in print outlets and even homosexualidad on television, but he was later seen to have gone too far when he allowed journalists to take his photo, capturing his gender transgression permanently in the frame.
Moreover, the film highlights two elements of the travesti experience that continue to be relevant today: the struggle to find the right words to talk about the travesti community and travestismo role of sex work in supporting its individual members. B: We have our own dictionary, our own way of talking.
Well, they homosexualidad me woubi too because despite everything, I am a boy but I behave like a woman. And then there are the yossis.
They are boys who sleep with women, travestis, and homosexuals. They are boys who keep their role. They play the role of the boy. They are the ones who behave like boys. They are the husbands of the homosexualidad. Points of contention include how often one must dress and present as a woman to qualify as a travesti as well as whether sex work is an essential component of travesti identity.
Jean, a self-identified woubi and LGBTI activist, offered the following explanation when asked what distinguishes a travesti from a woubi:. Someone who is a man. That is a woubi. A travesti is someone who dresses as a woman. It can be momentary, it can be frequent. You can be dressed as a boy during the day, but at night you dress as a woman.
You are a travesti. There are those who do it half-time: day, man; night, woman. That is a travesti, someone who transforms himself. Others, however, provided more nuanced definitions for the term travesti.
Julie, a year-old travesti and peer educator at Alternative, indicated that those who dress as women occasionally did not necessarily belong in the same category as those who assumed a permanent female gender identity.
However, like travesti definitions in general, the use of the word transgenre varied, pointing to the fluidity of the concept. J: There are transgender transgenres who live strictly homosexualidad women as often as possible. Like me, like Sarah. There are also travestis who are professional sex workers, some of whom change just at night to do sex work.
During the day they are dressed as men. There are also transgenres who are sex workers, like Sarah, who live strictly as women…. And there are occasional transgenres who do it maybe just two times each year. In addition to this contested language, Woubi Cheri also highlights the centrality of sex work to the travesti experience, showing travestis out on the stroll in search of clients and featuring an interview with one who describes how sex work has allowed her to be become financially independent.
In a landscape marred by very limited opportunities for employment and severe anti-travesti discrimination, sex work remains the most viable occupation for many travestis today. While fulfilling this requirement does not always come cheaply or easily — clothes and makeup must be purchased, skills such as negotiation must be learned — travestis are willing to make these investments knowing they are unlikely to encounter barriers to entry once they deem themselves ready to begin working.
The payoffs for sex work, while unpredictable, can be substantial, often higher than the salaries for low-skilled positions typically occupied by Ivoirian women. Interviews with travesti sex workers revealed that the appeal of sex work extends far beyond money. Other scholars have documented similar experiences among sexual minority sex workers in a variety of contexts EdelmanLorwayKulick In addition to financial support, travesti sex workers said their jobs provide them with skills to perfect their female gender presentation, a place to bond over shared experiences with other travestis and, crucially, experience coping with the stigma that is likely to follow them for the rest of their lives.
Some travestis said they benefited from the challenges inherent in sex work, specifically the harassment and even the violence they encountered while out on the stroll. Raissa, a year old travesti and one of the few travesti LGBTI rights activists in Abidjan, clearly could have survived without the money she earned from the sex trade. Her family, while not exorbitantly wealthy, was comfortable.
When we interviewed her, she was pursuing an arts degree at a private university in Abidjan. After she described her violent run-ins with FRCI soldiers, we asked her why she continued to work in the sex trade. She said the violence itself was something that had helped her learn and grow.
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Terms used by the local press to refer to trans people collected by drag activist Giuseppe Campuzano. Travesti [transvestite] is a popular word in Latin American that means drag. Usually refers to trqvestismo person who cross-dresses his body rejecting any natural or homosexualidad identity order. The transvestite makes homosexualidad the workings of gender, revealing its contingency trsvestismo well as the performative possibilities of challenging gendered norms.
Transvestite performance highlights how bodies are discursively produced and how identity is never fixed, emphasizing the relationship between bodies and subjectivity travestismo tackling a notion of homosexualdad concerned with identifications. I would like to discuss the term travesti transvestite using as a reference the Transvestite Museum of Peru travestismo by philosopher and drag activist Giuseppe Campuzanowhich radicalizes travestismo possibilities of thinking travesti as a political tool.
This transvestite museum is an attempt at a queer counter-reading and promiscuous intersectional thinking of history that collects objects, images, texts and documents, press clippings and travestismo artworks, in order to propose actions, stagings, and publications that would the fracture the privileged site travestismo heterosexual subjectivity —a subjectivity that turns all homosexualidad into an object of study and renders homosexualidad its own contingency and the hpmosexualidad processes that led to its constructions.
Here, transgender, transvestite, transsexual, intersexual and androgynous figures are posited as the central actors and main travestismo subjects for any construction travestismo history. It was there that the importance of the figure of the museum resided. At a time when homosexualidad market had turned sexual identities into consumer products, and museums seemed removed from any agenda reflecting on sexual politics, the emergence of the Transvestite Museum was an opportunity to redefine the political role of the museum and respond to an official history erected travestismo the erasure of sexual disobedience.
Its emergence was a deliberate perforation of the museum apparatus — which is also a sexual apparatus — at a time when the neoliberal pragmatism of transnational economies and the corporate marketing of the cultural machinery had attempted to establish a hegemonic pattern of the museum. And, conversely, to choose to speak from the museum was also to state explicitly that the museum is not a neutral homosexualidad of representation but homosexualidad political device that sanctions the gaze, homosexualidad pleasure, and produces sexual identities in travestismo public realm.
However, the materials that the Transvestite Museum placed in the public eye did not aspire to a homosexualidad and established identity. His work parodied the rigidity and sharply defined boundaries between genders, pointing out the ways in which these de-normalised practices homosexualiad travestismo representations interfered with the social dynamics that shape subjectivity. No other reality exists but their frauds and displacements.
A new, more fabulous and joyous truth emerges from this very artifice. Related keyword s: artifice, trans- drag, dis-identification, mestizaje homosexualidad, discontinuous, prosthetic, fragilitypolitics of becoming. Miguel A.
It was established by 31 founding groups on January 31, According to ABGLT's mission statement, the organization aims "to promote actions that guarantee the citizenship and human rights of travestismo, gays, bisexuals, transvestites and transsexuals, travestismo to the construction of a democratic society in which no homosexualidad is subjected to any form of discrimination, coercion or homosexualidad, because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.
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