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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email On a dingy estate in St Petersburg Stacey Dooley sits around a kitchen table with three Russian sex workers.
A security guard stands by the door, ushering in clients — often three or four at a time. Single beds are cordoned off with ragged curtains. Instead, each of the women, including a resident dominatrix, pay towards the rent and a security guard. The rest of the money is theirs. They beat up the guard and rob the women.
Shocked by what she saw, she took her concerns right to the top of the Russian government. They go online. Around a million transgender people live in Brazil, many of them facing such ingrained prejudice that they struggle to find a job and resort to making a living selling sex. Stacey meets Aninya, formerly Phillipe, a year-old transgender sex worker from Rio. Designed to hide her penis by tucking it in a pouch between her legs, they make her appear completely feminine. Others talk to her about the discrimination and dangers they face finding customers on the streets, setting out in the dead of night to earn a living with the very real fear that they may not make it home.
Violence against gay and transgender sex workers in Brazil is endemic. The country has the highest murder rate of trans women in the world and they have a life expectancy of just Oscar rents out hotel rooms by the hour and boasts of sexual conquests with the women that work there. Not everyone loves their job.