I was 14 and I was crying because my sister had said something bad about my best friend. At the time, I didn’t… more »
The Bars in a No-Holds-Barred Life
I didn’t know why I was feeling so overwhelmed.
I didn’t know why I had a growing lump lodged in my throat.
I didn’t know why I was feeling so ill-at-ease with myself.
I didn’t know why I broke down in tears the moment I went into my gynecologist’s clinic for a much-delayed check-up.
I didn’t know why I didn’t want him to examine me, even though he’d examined me many times before.
I didn’t know why I felt a silent revolution burning inside me.
On the Crisis of Scientifically Studying Homosexuality
Unless addressing HIV, AIDS, or sexual health, queer communities, at least in Lebanon, often disregard scientific interferences in our issues. Even though it… more »
Do You Know Your Rights?
In this week’s “Fesheh Khel’ik”, we’re curious to know where you stand on the following topic: Irrespective of how you identify, how empowered… more »
When Life Imitates TV
The other night, I was watching an episode of a TV show called “Cold Case”, one of the mani detective style series. The subject of the episode was a teenage girl called Samantha. The events related to her took place in 1963. Samantha had a problem: She “looked and dressed like boys.”
HPV: Is it Really Worth the Shot?
Ever since I got that phone call asking me to write an article for this week’s issue, I found myself stumbling on thoughts… more »
34 Reasons Why People Are Gay
This week, while the rest of the country was discussing the upcoming possible war, and while Al-Jaras thanked those who closed down ACID,… more »
Nous, les femmes mariées, la catégorie oubliée!
Pour commencer, nous sommes des lesbiennes et nous sommes fières de l’être… Mais personne n’est fier de nous! Ni les parents, ni le… more »