We've noticed you're adblocking. Retrieved 1 August Rail-thin women cradle their tiny babies, and beg along the trash-strewn gutters. However, the number of LGBT organizations in Venezuela has grown in the past decade, including organizations that advocate specifically for trans people and travesti sex workers. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Dependencies and other territories.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Plafam teamed up with an acclaimed improvisational theatre company in Caracas, to speak frankly and humorously about sexuality while also busting myths. Special scholarly attention has been paid to the lives of trans sex workers in Venezuela, called travesti. One Venezuelan immigrant who gave her name only as Salome, 30, told The Daily Telegraph last week that she was forced into prostitution on arrival in Spain together with four others, by a fixer who threatened to harm her and her family in Venezuela if she refused. She explained that she, like most expectant mothers in Venezuela, had to buy all necessary birthing procedural needs — from the painkillers to the scalpels to the towels and hospital gowns — on the black market in Colombia.