Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Iran face legal
challenges not ... In Persian poetry, references to sexual love can be found in
addition to those of ... he replied, "W...
Oct 1, 2012 ... (Well in the absence of first-person responses, even anonymous, here's a
substitute) One person's story: http://www.thegully.com/essays/i.
Jan 10, 2015 ... "Ninety-five percent of gays in Iran will never come out," Saeed says over ... The
feeling of being under constant surveillance, both by other Iranians and ... could
be born again, he would live like me, not married," Behram says.
May 28, 2014 ... She spent most of her life outside of Iran, living and working as an ... I thought that
my brother, like most Iranians, would know only the slang term "sissy." Maybe .... "
How do you feel when you see yourself in that documentary?
Nov 5, 2014 ... So homosexuals can be pushed into having gender reassignment surgery - and
to ... But living in Iran as an openly gay man or woman is impossible. .... "After the
operation whenever I wanted to feel like a woman, or behave ...
May 4, 2015 ... While we debate whether gay men and women have a right to marry here in ...
sisters and will do everything they can to ensure they feel safe and free in ...
These various groups are very aware that Iranian homosexuals live in ...
May 15, 2015 ... Q. I would like to learn how gay, lesbian, and transgender Iranians .... Do not
forget: Iran is a lonely country where people feel as if they are ...
We spoke to him about what life is like these days for gay, lesbian, bisexual and
... possible to live a fulfilled, secure life as a gay person in a country such as Iran:
... situation will get even worse for minorities, but one does not feel pressure from
Sep 12, 2015 ... Walking around North Tehran can feel like you're in an upscale western ..... Just
like those who are anti-gay live so much in fear of how evil gay ...
May 31, 2012 ... Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says they do not exist. ... Farid, another
Iranian exile living in Turkey, said on YouTube the feeling of oppression
permeates ... "We [gay people] are being looked at like a third gender.