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Russian author and Nobel laureate for literature admits homosexuality

Cairo – Gololy

Belarusian Svetlana Aleksiyevich, a Nobel laureate in literature, admitted to presenting her new guide as an actress, saying that all through her life she had intercourse with ladies and men.

In line with Russia At the moment, Svetlana Alekseevich stated in a press release that she first deliberate to jot down a guide entitled "50 tales for males and 50 tales for girls," after which realized that she was unable to "open the center of males" and commenced to explain love between girls and one other.

Numerous Russian media reported later that the Belarusian author had admitted to being lesbian, whereas Svetlana refused to touch upon newspaper articles about her.

Svetlana Alekseevich, born in 1948, obtained the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015.He’s the sixth Russian-speaking author to obtain the award after Alexei Bonin, Boris Pasternak, Mikhail Shulukhov, Yusuf Brodsky, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

The writer grew to become well-known after writing the 2 documentary novels “Conflict is a non-female face” and “Chernobol Prayer”.


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