Lars Svartström, Kersti Juva and Kimmo Kahra grew up at a time when there were no words to talk about sexual minorities. They tell what it was like to live and love when your own love was both sick and illegal.
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2.7. 13:35 | Updated 2.7. 17:46
Lars Svartström In December 1968, a four-line classified ad about Helsingin Sanomat hit my eyes:
He immediately guessed that the pursuits might be related to sexual minorities, so vaguely referred to. And for a reason: homosexuality, for example, was both illegal and a disease at the time.
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