“Because of their homosexuality, these young people have been disowned by their families. Living in the streets, marginalized, the threat of danger and insecurity is constant. Not wishing to simply document or ‘report’ on their situation—how can an outsider hope to understand their experience—I gave up on the idea that representation would lead to a work of art, preferring instead to approach their plight through dialogue and shared experience.”
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