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archives 2017

Syrian and Lebanese: On The Conflict of Identities

“To be half Lebanese, and half Syrian means that you live the experience of a child whose parents are separated, and both of them hate you.”

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archives 2017 feminism & masculinity

Beirut Madinati to Beirut Pride

“One hopes that subsequent movements will strive to become even more inclusive, and encompass those often ignored by Lebanese law, namely refugees, Lebanese workers and migrant domestic workers.”

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archives 2017 feminism & masculinity

رسالة من صديقك المثلي

“انا شاب لبناني في منتصف العشرينات من العمر، ونعم، انا مثلي، وماذا يعني هذا الكلام؟”

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archives 2017 feminism & masculinity

On Beirut Pride: 5 Reflections.

Presenting reflections on Beirut Pride by 5+ authors

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archives archives 2017

Miream Salameh’s Speech at #BringThemHere Rally in Melbourne

“I am from a Christian family. I say this today because I need to explain that my family and I escaped from the Syrian regime violence before ISIS even existed in my country.”