'I'm proud of my gay Muslim son'
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Coming out to my parents: Dad 'proud' of gay Muslim son

Nearly half of young LGBT people who are left homeless after coming out are from religious backgrounds, the Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT) says.

Sameer Poselay, a 24-year-old Muslim, came out to his family four years ago. They fully accept him and homosexuality.

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  • 31 Jul 2019
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