Come out, come in
by Andrés Esteche, with foreword by Rickard Söderberg
We take freedom for granted. We take democracy for granted. But that is not the case for everyone.
In this book you'll hear from six LGBTQ-persons. They have fled from war, death threats, blood and assault. They travel to Sweden with their own individual emotional baggage, in the hope that they will be safe here. But there are difficulties here as well. When you are used to a reality where loving someone of the same sex, or identifying as something other than the gender you were born with equals death, how easy do you think it is to tell a perfect stranger about who you really are? A stranger who doesn't understand your language. And then you realise that the interpreter is a friend of your family. What would you have done?