Until recently, the LGBT community in San Luis Talpa, a town surrounded by fertile green hills an hour's drive from the capital San Salvador, had a softball team that used to play near the beach.But they have since stopped in fear they could be next in the firing line.The town's latest victim was Elizabeth Castillo, a transgender woman, who police say was kidnapped in February after attending the funeral of two transgender women.Her body, showing signs of torture, was then found dumped on the roadside. "The gangs don't accept lesbians, gay boys or transgender people. Join our chat rooms now to see if there are other chatters from El Salvador currently online. El Salvador Chat Room is the place where chatters from El Salvador come to chat and make new friends.SAN JUAN TALPA, El Salvador (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Every time the neighborhood dogs bark at night, Teresa, a 44-year-old transgender woman in El Salvador, wakes up in a panic."I think that someone is coming to kill me," said Teresa, a shopkeeper in the coastal town of San Juan Talpa.
A thought leader, visionary, and practitioner in the rapidly growing fields of business intelligence and customer focused-strategy – Claudia Imhoff, Ph.Register a free account today and try it out for yourself!Lesbian Dating by Region - Look for other women interested in real Lesbian and Bisexual relationships."I live in constant fear." Three transgender people were killed in San Juan Talpa in February alone, police say, spreading fear through members of El Salvador's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community.The spate of murders puts a spotlight on the violence El Salvador's LGBT community faces, a problem rights activists blame on powerful street gangs and entrenched social prejudices.