13 Year Old Transvestite Found Dead in Macaíba, Brazil

Nice Goo Coming Out of Its Mouth

13 Year Old Transvestite Found Dead in Macaiba, Brazil

A 13 year old Brazilian transvestite – they sure start off early, don’t they?

For some reason police say they don’t know this dead teenage transvestite’s name because he/she didn’t have any documents on person, but they know the thing was 13 year old. I don’t know how they know the age but not the name – maybe a qualified guess?

The tranny was found dead on June 9, 2013 in the city of Macaíba, near BR 304 highway just off the turnoff to Vilar. Police also figured the cause of death was hanging, although I have no idea how that would explain the foam coming out of its mouth. Looks more like drug overdose to me, but what do I know?

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43 thoughts on “13 Year Old Transvestite Found Dead in Macaíba, Brazil”

  1. Somebody didn’t like their Da Silvaccino with all that foam.

    Okay, seriously. A 13-year-old tranny? If it wasn’t Brazil, I wouldn’t believe it. I know what their mortality rate down there in the Corpse Factory is, though.

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  2. What’s the appeal? I don’t get it. I’m straight, but I don’t even like women without the fur because it looks gross and prepubescent.

    So what’s the appeal of young kids (Boy or girl)? I mean, if you’re gay and into tyrannies I’m sure you could find an older one.

    Anyway, RIP Little guy.

  3. Whatever. That whole country is an infection on the face of the earth. The only good thing that comes out of Brazil is the relief and gratitude other people feel when they compare it to their own country and realize that they’d much rather stay where they are.

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