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  • Description:  Mostak: I want to talk about myself, but my profession frustrates my will. I want to talk about my thoughts, my inclinations, my aspirations, but my profession forces me to bury these thoughts deep within me. I do not think it is possible to repress my sexuality by the weight of my profession, and this forces me to live a double life. But I do not want to move away from my profession for this, as that is also something I deeply believe in. I started to understand my homosexuality when I was 11 or 12. I could never imagine the same pleasures and enjoyment with a girl. I tried to change. I dropped out from my general education and got admitted into a "Madrasa" Ð a religious school Ðto become a man of religion, hoping that perhaps that would help me change. But I have not changed. I have completed "Hafizi" and then "Kariani" in Madrasa. I have even been through religious Ômedical treatmentÕ but nothing has ever changed for me. I now believe that my condition is God-gifted. Today, I am happy as I am, living peacefully with my hopes and dreams. Bangladesh. 1999. Part of the Photo Story, Inner Face, by Gazi Nafis Ahmed.
  • Credits:  Gazi Nafis/Majority World
  • Keywords:  1, adult, asia, b/w, balck and white, bangladesh, call for prayer, countries, country, culture, developing, dhaka, gay, homosexual, homosexuality, inner face, issues, life, majority world, male, man, one, portrait, single, social, social issues, south asia, third world, vertical
  • Added:  Aug 24, 2016
  • Created:  Aug 14, 2009
  • Filename:  MWC020446.jpg
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  • Pixels:  2912x4368
  • Filesize:  17.66MB
  • Photographer:  Gazi Nafis Ahmed
  • Owner:  Gazi Nafis Ahmed
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  • Description: Mostak: I want to talk about myself, but my profession frustrates my will. I want to talk about my thoughts, my inclinations, my aspirations, but my profession forces me to bury these thoughts deep within me. I do not think it is possible to repress my sexuality by the weight of my profession, and this forces me to live a double life. But I do not want to move away from my profession for this, as that is also something I deeply believe in. I started to understand my homosexuality when I was 11 or 12. I could never imagine the same pleasures and enjoyment with a girl. I tried to change. I dropped out from my general education and got admitted into a "Madrasa" Ð a religious school Ðto become a man of religion, hoping that perhaps that would help me change. But I have not changed. I have completed "Hafizi" and then "Kariani" in Madrasa. I have even been through religious Ômedical treatmentÕ but nothing has ever changed for me. I now believe that my condition is God-gifted. Today, I am happy as I am, living peacefully with my hopes and dreams. Bangladesh. 1999. Part of the Photo Story, Inner Face, by Gazi Nafis Ahmed.
  • Date Created: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
  • Author: Gazi Nafis Ahmed
  • Country: Bangladesh
  • Copyright Notice: Copyright Majority World
  • Filename: MWC020446.jpg
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  • Image Description: Mostak: I want to talk about myself, but my profession frustrates my will. I want to talk about my thoughts, my inclinations, my aspirations, but my profession forces me to bury these thoughts deep within me. I do not think it is possible to repress my se
  • Make: Canon,Canon
  • Model: Canon EOS 5D,Canon EOS 5D
  • XResolution: 300/1
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  • ISO Speed Ratings: 160
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  • Date/Time Original: 2009:08:14 17:42:00
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