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But, much to his surprise and relief, his revelation was met with sincere acceptance and support. The year-old was soon put at ease when his straight best friend told him he was "awesome no matter what" after admitting he was gay. Now, since being posted on social media by his older sister, the touching conversation has warmed the hearts of thousands. Twitter user paleveil, thought to be from the UK, shared the screenshots, which have been retweeted and favourited tens of thousands of times. And they're only 13".
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Whatsapp In secret hideaways and temporary homes, LGBT refugees are being forced — once again — to hide their true selves instead of walking out into the world with pride. Kenya has become a safe haven for those fleeing war and famine in neighbouring states. But in secret hideaways and temporary homes, LGBT refugees are being forced — once again — to hide their true selves instead of walking out into the world with pride. They take turns cooking, cleaning.
At the New York Comic-Con last month, the power of comics to bring in young female readers was in full force. That pull had nothing to do with superheroes and everything to do with manga, those small, thick digest comics that originally hail from Japan and these days dominate the graphic-novel bestseller list. Much of manga's focus on relationships and the lives of young people — rather than men in tights — have brought girls to comics in a way that Superman and the X-Men never did. At the convention, girls were all over the manga booths for companies like Tokyopop and Viz and more than happy to testify to their manga passion.