There Are No Homosexuals in Iran

Laurence RASTI

While today some occidental countries accept gay and lesbian marriages, in Iran, homosexuality is still punishable by death. This punishment prohibits homosexuals from living their sexuality entirely. Their only options are to choose transsexuality, a practice that is tolerated by the law but considered to be pathological, or to escape. In Denizli, a town in Turkey They are putting their lives on hold in the hope that one day they will reach a host country where they can freely live their sexuality.

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