Graphic Novel Captures What It's Like to Be Gay in Iran: Part 2

Rejection, loneliness and separation can make for a dangerous combination. In the second installment of the graphic novel "Yousef and Farhad" about two gay men and their struggle for acceptance in Iran, will Yousef survive? Is love possible for them?
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Rejection, loneliness and separation can make for a dangerous combination. In the second installment of the graphic novel "Yousef and Farhad" about two gay men and their struggle for acceptance in Iran, will Yousef survive? Is love possible for them?

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Also read:

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 1

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 3

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 4

- OutRight Action's blog about the inspiration behind "Yousef and Farhad"

- Reflections on the format and topic from writer Amir Soltani and cartoonist Khalil Bendib

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