3/23/17 – Helsingborg, Sweden – Behoosh Kamaei, 30, of Iran, poses for a portrait at his apartment on Thursday, Mar. 23, 2017. Kamaei fled Iran for being gay, which is illegal there and can be punishable by death, following two separate arrests for the 'crime'. After a journey through Eastern Europe he's come to Sweden but is disappointed by the homophobic Muslim community here and as an atheist, himself, cannot understand why people cannot let others live their truths. (Photo by Nicholas Pfosi) This picture is part of a project that examines the experience of queer asylum seekers and refugees coming to Europe from homophobic countries from around the world. It aims to shed light on the added complexities caused by being LGBT while navigating a new culture and citizenship status.