The changes in the Brazilian penal code in related to trafficking in persons show how different interpretations of the terms "facilitate" and "facilitation" have made a strong impact on transvestites' lives, criminalizing some practices which had, up until then, been part of this group's sociability. I argue that the not recognizing prostitution as legal work creates a substantial gap between transvestites and other illegal Brazilian workers, which leads the former group into potentially vulnerable situations. Introduction The present text deals with the circulation of Brazilian transvestites between Milan, Rome and Brazil. I use here the emic term European 2 to argue that the dreams and experiences involved in circulating across the Brazilian-European divide integrate the transvestite universe with meanings that escape the understandings promulgated by states and NGOs involved in the struggle against the trafficking of human beings. Prostitution scenes emerge in this analysis as significant spaces for the formation of sociability among transvestites, a fact which has been confirmed by various studies which have taken place since Helio Silva's inaugural work in the field. Don Kulick , , for example, identifies France as a preferred destination for Brazilian transvestites from the s on up to
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