Interview avec L’Orient Le Jour (Eng/Fr)

Lady Watching From the "Humans of Lebanon" Page

J’ai donne une interview a L’Orient Le Jour concernant le projet “Humans of Lebanon”. L’article. You can find the English translation on the Facebook page here. 1- Pouvez-vous m’expliquer le concept de “Humans of..” en quelques mots? “Humans of..” a commencé avec un homme, Brandon Stanton, qui décida de faire un “recensement photographique” de la […]

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Outbox International Film Festival 2012

By Joey Ayoub This is the program for the 2012 Outbox International Film Festival. It starts on the 14th of June and ends on the 17th  every day at 8pm. Entrance is free. Location: Roman Baths, Downtown Beirut. I’m hoping to attend to as many dates as possible which will be followed by my pics […]

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The “Humans of Lebanon” Project

Lady Watching From the "Humans of Lebanon" Page

By Joey Ayoub Humans of Lebanon was started as a sort of unofficial sequel to Humans of Beirut. What we do is simple: we post photographs, amateur and professional alike, of human beings in Lebanon. Anyone can participate. If you feel you have something important to share, please send us your photograph(s) to humansoflebanon@gmail.com We […]

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4th Annual Cabriolet Film Festival: Lebanese and International Short Films

Today at 8pm. Gemmayze St Nicholas Stairs  For more info, check out their page. The Program: Joey‘s Pick for Day 1: Na wewe – Ivan Goldschmit – Belgium – 18:52 min Nice short story about the complexity of identity. A minivan transporting citizens of Burundi is stopped by a band of Hutu rebels who force […]

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Thoughts on IDAHO – International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia

First, is a short article by Joey Ayoub. Second, is an article by Joseph Zailaa. I. I’ve already written about this issue in a previous article so I hope you would bear with me with this one. I’ll make it short. Today we celebrate IDAHO, the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. It is a […]

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Photographs of the 2011 Lebanese Laique Pride

By Joey Ayoub Join us tomorrow as we take the streets shouting our 6 demands: 1- Enacting a unified Civil Code for the Personal Status Law. 2- Passing the Law for Protection of Women from Family Violence submitted by KAFA to the Lebanese parliament. We denounce the parliamentary committee distortions to the law draft and […]

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In Response to AUB Outlook’s Homophobic Article

AUB Outlook has degraded itself by allowing a homophobic article to be published in this month’s issue. Not only is it extremely poor in content but it is filled with hatred, pseudo-facts and just plain stupidity. The article, written by Mohamad Sibai, starts by telling us that he was bothered at the sight of an […]

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