Graphic Novel Captures What It's Like to Be Gay in Iran: Part 4

One gesture, one person, one moment. This is how change happens. In this final installment of "Yousef and Farhad," we hope to reach Iranian families -- and those in other countries -- who are struggling with the sexual orientation of a loved one with an appeal for acceptance and dignity for all.
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One gesture, one person, one moment. This is how change happens. In this final installment of "Yousef and Farhad," we hope to reach Iranian families -- and those in other countries -- who are struggling with the sexual orientation of a loved one with an appeal for acceptance and dignity for all.

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Also read:

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 1

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 2

- "Yousef and Farhad" -- Part 3

- 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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