Leticia Sabsay on 'The City and its Caves'

By Leticia Sabsay · 17 January 2012

Leticia Sabsay writes about the dark zones that continue to thrive in spite of the democratic impulse towards the recognition of non-normative genders and sexualities. Even in times of supposed diversity, Buenos Aires city contains geographical sites of enforced exile where trans sex work is secluded.

'The City and its Caves' is published in Gazpacho, Cultural Magazine of the Spanish Cultural Office of Buenos Aires. The full text of the article is available in Spanish.

Gazpacho Sabsay (PDF document)839.21 KB

About the author

  • Leticia Sabsay

    Research Associate
    Leticia Sabsay
    The Open University
    Before joining the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Open University, I was a post-doctoral fellow at the Freie Universität, Berlin. I completed my PhD at the University of Valencia in 2009 and... Read more

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