As we approach our 6th annual celebration of the International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) on May 17 (now a tradition of the Lebanese LGBT community), it is important that we reflect on the particular significance of the event this year within the wider political atmosphere in Lebanon. LGBT activists have been involved in the recent anti-sectarian movement as participants, organizers, and critical observers, and our involvement, predictably, has not passed without clashes and antagonism.
On Queers and Political Movements
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 »