Crossing Boundaries and Fetishization: Experiences of Sexual Violence for Trans Women of Color

@article{Ussher2020CrossingBA,
  title={Crossing Boundaries and Fetishization: Experiences of Sexual Violence for Trans Women of Color},
  author={Jane M. Ussher and Alexandra J Hawkey and Janette Perz and Pranee Liamputtong and Jessica Sekar and Brahmaputra Marjadi and Virginia Schmied and Tinashe Moira Dune and Eloise D. Brook},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2020},
  volume={37},
  pages={NP3552 - NP3584}
}
Transgender (trans) women are at higher risk of sexual violence than cisgender women, with trans women of color reported to be at highest risk. This study examined subjective experiences of sexual violence for 31 trans women of color living in Australia, average age 29 (range 18–54), through in-depth interviews. An additional photovoice activity and follow-up interviews were completed by 19 women. Data were analyzed through thematic analysis and feminist intersectionality theory, identifying… 

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