Capturing YourBoys Love Nomadic
We catch up with the Nomadic Boys during a very rare downtime for them. They are getting ready for a Latin America trip and are spending some time with their families, for Stefan it’s London and Sebastien in Lyon. Stefan is Greek born and raised in London and Sebastien is French. And this traveling pair will be heading to Argentina and take part in the G360 Conference in Buenos Aires, which will be the start of their 18 months trip across the continent. Connextions Magazine (CM): We know you guys have a great sense of humor and a loving relationship, can you tell us a bit more that we may not yet know about yourselves. Nomadic Boys (NB): I (Stefan) grew up in a very religious, traditional Greek Cypriot environment where homosexuality is seen as a huge sin, so I was extremely repressed until I was 20, when there was a Brazilian boy in the bath tub in Earls Court on Valentine’s Day and the rest is history. For
Sebastien his family is far more open minded and accepting. He was a naughty boy from a much younger age, about 14! (Stefan says with a proud smile) CM: When did you decide to travel the world and present it to others? NB: We have always loved traveling. Sebastien left France at an early age and moved to London. I did a lot of independent traveling in my younger years, inter railing in Europe and then backpacking in South America. Throughout our relationship of 7 years, we’ve really enjoyed traveling but craved for something more long terms. So after many years of planning and saving, we left everything in London in 2014 and traveled around Asia for 18 months. We decided to visit Asia because of the food. It turned into one massive food orgy across the continent. When you truly want something, there are never
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