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PARIS — The group of transgender prostitutes working in the Bois de Boulogne, a wooded park in western Paris, had a rallying cry for when they needed help. It was a call for help the Latin American prostitutes knew all too well, and one they heard one night in mid-August, when Vanesa Campos, 36, a Peruvian working in the area, was shot and killed as thieves tried to rob her client, who survived.
She and others working in the park that night had rushed to help Ms. Campos, but were forced to retreat when they heard shots being fired. For many prostitutes in France, the death of Ms. Campos is proof of the growing dangers they face since Parliament passed a law in April penalizing those who pay for sex rather than those who provide it. Instead, many prostitutes argue, it has made things considerably more dangerous.
One of the reasons for the increased exposure to violence, prostitutes say, is clients now demand to have sex in out of the way places, where the police are unlikely to be patrolling. There are about 30, prostitutes in France, according to government estimates , and 93 percent are foreigners.
Campos was part of a subset of transgender Latin American prostitutes that arose in the Bois de Boulogne over the past two years, and her colleagues say that the isolated spot where she worked made her an easy target for a group of thieves who have repeatedly attacked them and their clients. Five people have been charged with homicide and robbery in Ms.
For some, her death highlighted how little attention is given to violence against prostitutes. A prostitute who dies is a bit like a person being killed in a video game.