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It is not uncommon for gay men and women to be pressured into gender reassignment surgery by their physicians and families so that they can pursue same-sex intimacy without “breaking the law.”However, Iranian LGBs who undergo this reassignment surgery often regret this decision later in life.
Many feel a sense of depression when they realize that they were pressured into a life-altering medical procedure to mask their sexuality.
"Don't use the "thumbs up" hand gesture when you have a language barrier and want to indicate 'good' or 'okay', since this gesture means "up yours" in Iran." "In Iran you will be befriended by someone in the street, whose only wish is to show you his/her country (since hospitality to foreigners is ingrained in their culture), will often insist on paying for everything and/or inviting you to their house, and they ask for nothing in return.
Be open to these experiences for the Iranian people are NOTHING like you would think from in the news!
There was no oven or stove top in their kitchen, and they had to use a heater to cook.
To take a bath, the four refugees would use this heater to warm water.
All it would take for such an operation was the identity of one queer Iranian to be found by police.
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However, he considers being the director of the Iranian Railroad for Queer Refugees his true profession.