About 6 years ago, Ophelia began to forget some words. Not long after that, she got lost on her way home.
For many LGBTQI youth in the South Caucasus, home is not a haven. Their parents, their families—the ring of relations that is supposed to provide comfort and safety in the traditional societies of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia—are often unable or unwilling to support them. These are their stories, moments lived in the private spaces where they can find peace and feel at home.