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Digital Subscriptions > Attitude > Issue 275 > Refugees Are More Than Just News Stories. They Are Human Beings, Too

Refugees Are More Than Just News Stories. They Are Human Beings, Too

Subhi Nahas, 29, was one of the grand marshals at NYC Pride -- not long after being forced to flee war-torn Syria. Now he is calling on the community to help LGBT+ refugees still in danger

I WAS BORN in a small town in Syria's Idlib province called Ma'aret al-Nu'man. I always knew that I was different from the other kids; I didn't know what made me feel this way but I always knew that I had to keep it to myself.

Growing up, kids picked up on the difference and I was constantly bullied at school. I never felt safe anywhere, even at home where my father was verbally and physically abusive because of my gender expression.

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On the cover, Nyle DiMarco talks about how being deaf was no obstacle to winning America’s Next Top Model and Dancing with the Stars. Plus: Queer theatre special with an exclusive interview and shoot with Mark Gatiss and the cast of The Boys in the Band, hot electronic pop duo Aluna George, singer Rebecca Ferguson, and Fear the Walking Dead star Colman Domingo.