Agence France-PresseOctober 19, 2013 09:52
When he told his parents that he was gay, Djordje was kicked out of his home in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
"You will not live like this under my roof," his mother told him, recalled Djordje, a young man with blue eyes, brown hair and a short beard. "Either you change yourself or leave this house."
Djordje, 23, later lost his job at a publishing company after the owner saw holiday photographs of him and his partner that he posted on his Facebook page.