Country of Rastafarianism and reggae, Jamaica is paradoxically one of the most homophobic countries in the world. Legacy of the colonial laws and the Anglican church, homosexuality is still today an offense punishable by 10 years imprisonment. Young people commonly rejected by their families, live on the street and are regularly victims of attacks, sometimes murderous. Among them, the transgender community is the most vulnerable. In May 2016, I decided to go to meet them.