By Jeff Seldin, VOA
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says they do not exist. And in Iran, merely trying to be themselves is a crime that brings shame on their families. But now, Iranian homosexuals are starting to speak out about what it means to be gay and about the lengths to which they have gone to escape persecution.
The day begins as normal for Arash and Nima. But for them, just walking out the door is a reminder they are no longer at home in Iran.
„“The LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered people) are a part of vulnerable class of the Iranian society,“ stated Arash.
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