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A smiling man called out, "Battyman [homosexual] he get killed!" Many others celebrated Williamson's murder, laughing and calling out, "let's get them one at a time," "that's what you get for sin," "let's kill all of them." Some sang "boom bye bye," a line from a popular Jamaican song about killing and burning gay men.Human Rights Watch, Hated to Death: Homophobia, Violence, and Jamaica's HIV/AIDS Epidemic, 16 November 2004, B1606, available at: https:// 1 September 2019] Jamaica's growing HIV/AIDS epidemic is unfolding in the context of widespread violence and discrimination against people living with and at high risk of HIV/AIDS, especially men who have sex with men. Many Jamaicans believe that HIV/AIDS is a disease of homosexuals and sex workers whose "moral impurity" makes them vulnerable to it, or that HIV is transmitted by casual contact. UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. Gender identity: a person's internal, deeply felt sense of being male or female, or something other than or in between male and female.Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. Heterosexual: a person attracted primarily to people of the opposite sex.Violent acts against men who have sex with men are commonplace in Jamaica.
Pervasive and virulent homophobia, coupled with fear of the disease, impedes access to HIV prevention information, condoms, and health care.
People living with HIV/AIDS said that health workers also routinely released confidential information to other patients and to members of the public, both through discriminatory practices that signaled patients' HIV status (such as segregating HIV-positive patients from others) and by affirmative disclosure of such information.
Such actions violate fundamental rights to privacy and also drive people living with HIV away from services.
Transgender: One whose inner gender identity differs from the physical characteristics of his/her body at birth.
Female-to-male transgender people were born with female bodies but have a predominantly male gender identity; male-to-female transgender people were born with male bodies but have a predominantly female gender identity.