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The Fringe was just a pipe dream because it's the ultimate place to go for theater and I didn't think we'd get accepted.

So, it functions as a map for dealing with much more serious themes, the two major ones being the narratives we create for ourselves in order to make our situations tolerable and also the extent to which people are willing to make compromises.

" Given that I'm half-Pakistani, I already knew some people there, which made it much easier and which made it a lot more feasible for me to go and work there than if I was just some random white person, because I could pass as a Pakistani if I didn't open my mouth.

So, I sent some writing samples and expected to get an internship offer, but they offered me this really cool position as a features writer at this weekly newspaper along with work on the production team of a punditry show on the weekends.

Obviously, it's important to live in a place where there's pluralism and transparency and people can be who they are, but there are many more pervasive, fundamental issues that need to be dealt with before one starts talking about gay rights.

And I feel like the inability to be gay somewhere is symptomatic of larger issues, rather than the source of the problem.

What happened when you eventually came out to your friends over there? It's all relative - not many in comparison to the country's population, as it's a very elite tool.

When I finally felt safe enough to tell my friends that I'm gay, one of them responded, "Oh, my God, try gay Tinder! Anyone using it has to be A) rich enough to have a smartphone and B) have Internet access (telecommunications infrastructure being what it is means 3G isn't really a thing) and C) international enough to know what it is. A little while after that, things began to get more volatile.

Combining comedy and drama, with a sharp eye for the challenges of adjusting to a new culture, Noman and her well-reviewed show have been featured everywhere from the BBC to a recent Twitter controversy. "So, you graduate from Columbia and you're mentally unstable.