Localizing Queer Through ICTs

In an attempt to pitch into the debate on IGLTA’s Gay Tourism campaign in Lebanon, members of Lebanon’s Exploratory Research on Internet Sexualities thought they would share some of their findings on the Queer-IT relationship.

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Beyond 534: A Gendered Perspective to LGBTQ Activism in Lebanon

Lebanon-based LGBTQ organization Helem hosted on Thursday, August 26, 2010 a talk on sex and the law in Lebanon, by PhD candidate at… more »


The Best of Bekhsoos Comments!

On account of our one year anniversary of the launch of Bekhsoos, we wanted to pay tribute to our readers who made our… more »


Queers and their Online Spaces: a Research Project

For the past year, a team of researchers have been looking at the relationship between the internet and the queer rights movement in… more »


This isn’t the 90s: Health Services for LGBTs in Beirut

You’re almost in your mid-twenties and your mother still thinks you should wait until you’re married before spreading your legs in front of… more »

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Chapter 5: Serendipity

Previously, Chapter 4: Birds of a Feather The taste of hot whiskey, cloves and lemon in my mouth was getting more bitter. I… more »

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Don’t Stand With Zionism!

Below is a statement from Arab queer organizations. You can help by writing a letter to the US Social Forum or emailing them.… more »

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Transgenders in Lebanon: An Overview

Editor’s Note: At IDAHO 2010, Helem printed & distributed leaflets with some important information about transgender issues in Lebanon. I am re-publishing that… more »