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It was in this environment that Mohamed Bouazizi, a fruit and vegetable seller and the main breadwinner for his family of seven, frustrated and humiliated by the confiscation of his unlicensed cart and its produce, poured paint thinner over his body and set himself afire in front of government buildings after shouting, "How do you expect me to make a living?
" This act set in motion protests across the country against the government, capturing the imagination of a dispossessed society, and resulting in an unprecedented populist revolution.
A new press code was established, hundreds of new civil-society groups formed and the adoption of pluralist election laws led to the first free elections last October, producing a coalition government that is drafting a new constitution from scratch.
But for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Tunisians such as Ben Issa, their place in the new society remains unclear.
My mother finally gave up trying to get me to wear dresses." Since she was 7, she has known that she liked girls, but she didn't have a name for it.