2016
DOI: 10.1590/1983-1447.2016.02.56407 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Results:The typology of violence that victimized transvestites and transsexuals were: verbal (91.96%), psychological (58.33%) and physical (33.33%), often between 24 hours and six months preceding the survey. Regarding the spatiality: the street, school and health services were all scenarios of aggression. With respect to the offending agent, the findings point towards neighbors, family members and health professionals. All forms of violence happened between agents and spaces of aggression. Conclusions:Violenc… Show more

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“…It can be seen that the overlapping of marginalized social identities of transgender women, who are sex workers, together with social inequalities (lack of housing, employment, poverty and prejudice) are factors that contribute to vulnerability to HIV / AIDS. [20][21][22] It is emphasized that sometimes the fetishization related to the bodies of transsexual women results in a vulnerability to HIV/AIDS, since these are considered products of sexual commercialization. This context makes them susceptible to all types of violence.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…It can be seen that the overlapping of marginalized social identities of transgender women, who are sex workers, together with social inequalities (lack of housing, employment, poverty and prejudice) are factors that contribute to vulnerability to HIV / AIDS. [20][21][22] It is emphasized that sometimes the fetishization related to the bodies of transsexual women results in a vulnerability to HIV/AIDS, since these are considered products of sexual commercialization. This context makes them susceptible to all types of violence.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…En el sistema de salud, el preconcepto de los profesionales incide directamente con la calidad de la atención de las personas transgéneros, provocando deshumanización y no atención a sus necesidades (Silva, et al, 2016). La violencia parte desde el no respeto al uso del nombre social, hasta acciones vejatorias y discriminatorias durante la atención; además de conductas que la diagnostican como enfermedad (Arán, Murta, & Lionço, 2009).…”
Section: Transexualidad Y Violenciaunclassified
“…O estigma e preconceito podem ser manifestados de diversas maneiras: pode ser difundido através de violência física ou psicológica, além da marginalização, levando-as à vulnerabilidade social. A ocultação da violência sofrida e a dificuldade de acesso ou respeito na saúde pública favorecem a vulnerabilidade social sofrida por esse grupo (Silva et al, 2016).…”
Section: Vulnerabilidade Transunclassified