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According to the report, in alone, a total of trans persons violently lost their lives through assassinations related to their sexuality, of whom were transvestites and transsexual women, four were trans men, and one a non-binary person. According to what is reported in the document, at first blush it would appear that there was a decrease in cases between , in which homicides were reported, and , when were reported. The fact is that during the first reporting year, there were only 34 cases that were not reported on, while in , the number of cases that were unreported or unpublished in the national media rose to 44; as such, we are not truly talking about a decrease in assassinations but rather, a decrease in the publicizing of cases in the news media, which presupposes a direct impact on how cases are recorded, thereby leading to under-reporting in the counting of victims. The Dossier seeks to produce a detailed analysis of the assassinations and violations against the transvestite and transsexual populations in Brazil in order to denounce the cases of human rights violations to which this population is subjected.
Rio de Janeiro is considered the gay capital of Latin America and one of the 27 federal states of Brazil. This state has no law against homosexuality. They offer LGBT beaches, clubs, and bars. However, recently, there are political changes and ideologies that support homophobic and sexist ideologies across the country of Brazil. Because of this, there is a growing crisis and rising hate-based LGBT murders.