Transgender people find little acceptance in conservative societies like Albania. Every time they go out of your house, they face aggression.
Transgender people in Albania lost the will to live. The world becomes a prison.
After years of isolation, the transgender community decided to confront taboos in the open for the first time.
They have launched a photo exhibition in the capital, Tirana in stylized poses against the crumbling walls and eerie stairwells of a former prison.
Being trans in Albania means being deprived of even the smallest things, being chased out of a cafe when all you want is to have a coffee.
For the past 10 years, Albanian law has prohibited discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation.