East London designer uses fashion to highlight the pain of homophobia

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He always knew he was different.  As a boy, he enjoyed playing with dolls more than he did with cars.

Growing up, his grandmother would try to get him to play games with other boys, but he just wasn’t interested.

The older he got, the more comfortable he became with who he is. And then the unthinkable happened.

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