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Queering the Arab Feminist Movement: Two Years in the Making

Exactly two years ago today, April 19, I went to a meeting in Morocco around resource mobilization for women’s rights in the Middle East and North Africa. Over 100 of the region’s top women’s rights advocates were there and it was the first time I meet them. I was extremely nervous about being an out Arab lesbian in their midst, knowing that most of them saw me as diseased or abnormal, and certainly that all of them believed I didn’t belong in a conference like theirs. My experience at that meeting, however, was life-changing [...]

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Thoughts from the Waiting Room: Contemporary Arab Feminisms and the Early 19th Century

In most social circles today, when the question of Arab feminism is brought up, eyebrows are raised and the question shifts to whether or not Arabs… more »