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In , over 30 men conducted a corrective rape on a 16 year-old girl in Rio de Janeiro, which was filmed and shared on social media. This horrific incident prompted a crucial change to the law.
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A great demand of the Brazilian movement is that we have a crime that describes homophobia. Right now, there is no legal protection against hate crimes, but this could be enshrined in law by the outgoing President and Supreme Court before Bolsonaro takes office in January. All Out are mobilising people in and outside of Brazil to pressure the Supreme Court by signing an online petition. Trans women face additional barriers in Brazilian society and are particularly vulnerable to violence.
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According to National Association of trans people, 90 per cent are working as sex workers, as Marina explains. These violent attacks have increasingly featured political overtones.
This is just one reason why the annual death toll may be in fact be far greater than organisations suggest. We have a lesbian parade the day before, which is much smaller, but it has a stronger feeling of political demonstration. Many also oppose abortion rights.
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They are on the edge like I have never seen. Others are consuming alcohol and drugs excessively, having panic attacks and expressing suicidal thoughts. Everybody is terrified because so many lines have already been crossed. Moving forward, Leandro says that, despite a mood of caution, people are mobilising to respond. Following the election, Marina senses an opportunity to regroup and to form a more intersectional movement. And what is the price that an individual pays by making those choices? For part of the play, Noxolo resists going back because she knows what that price will be.
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So what is it to choose happiness and safety over risk and visibility? As a gay man who was born and raised in Kenya, a country where homosexuality is taboo and sodomy is illegal, director Saheem Ali says he related strongly to the questions that the play raises.
But with that comes my own sense of guilt, my own sense of questioning. I could have made a difference. But Ali assured her she was on the right track.
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Because the tone and the language felt so authentic. It felt respectful and rang deeply true, in my own measure. Yes, the play is bringing up a conversation about queerness and risk that is very personal to me as a queer woman. Dangerous House.