Krissy is openly gay in a society where 85% of the population think homosexuality is immoral.
Ostracised by her community, Krissy's home is a storm drain; her water supply, a broken water pipe; and her evenings are regularly spent dodging hurled stones and broken bottles. Why? Because Krissy is openly gay and transgender in a society where 85% of the population think homosexuality is immoral.
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This video supports a 30 minute documentary, Jamaica's Underground Gays, in which Reporter Ade Adepitan and Director Andrew Carter visit Kingston, Jamaica, where they investigate the growth of homophobic attacks and meet the gay and transgender group who've ended up living in a storm drain.
Most homosexuals in Jamaica work hard to hide their sexuality. But those who are openly 'out' are in the firing line, often suffering shocking violence, attacks and insults because of their sexuality.