Santa Fé, the former upper-class neighborhood located in the city center of Bogotá, presently offers all kinds of satisfaction for men. This megacity, which is the capital of Colombia, is offering all kinds of satisfaction to pleasure-seeking individuals these days. Women of all ages and from all over the country provide temporary pleasures by offering their bodies. The streets are filled with people and a certain level of safety in this old neighborhood characterizes an area of tolerance for those who make a living out of prostitution.
The two friends, Natalia and Arelis, built their social and economic ties between those 15 blocks. They were born as men in the rural villages of the Colombian highlands and moved to the capital in hopes of finding acceptance for their sex reversal; they took the chance to escape the countryside, where they faced misunderstanding and discrimination. All across the country, people, especially transgender women, are moving to the center of the capital to work on the streets and thus improve their quality of life.
Few women have adequate money to get their sex-change surgery done; therefore, they take certain hormone-pharmaceuticals and enlist at least for hormone therapy. Arelis does not even have enough money to buy this medication; thus, she fills her bra with socks to obtain a more feminine appearance.