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Gay Afghan Says the Taliban Burned Him, Lives 'Like a Prisoner' Now

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PinkNews that he’s been “living in the shadows” since the Taliban took control over the country in August.“Imagine you have all the great hopes for your life, you have everything, and then one day you wake up and everything is gone,” he said. “I lost my university, I lost my life, I lost my community.

Even the boys I was in contact with, they are all living in the shadows. They are all hiding themselves.”Sohil said the Taliban took away his normal life.

He was in medical school and had hoped to be able to leave Afghanistan. He told the website that he had to flee his home due to his human rights activism.“I live like a prisoner.

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