Topics :: Muslims
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Thursday Jan 16, 2014
A Muslim rights organization praises Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan for signing a bill that bans gay organizations, meetings and gay marriage, and commends him for resisting pressure from Western countries.
By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Dec 3, 2013
The lives of eight queer women in Indonesia unfold when Laura Cohn screens the documentary "Children of Srikandi" on Dec. 5.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Jan 24, 2013
A YouTube clip showing a group of Muslim youth in East London harassing a a man because they believe he’s gay has made international headlines & sparked outrage in Britain.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Sep 14, 2012
It was recently reported that an adult actor who has starred in gay porn was featured in the highly controversial anti-Muslim movie, "Innocence of Muslims," which caused anti-U.S. protests in the Middle East this week.
By SOPHIA TAREEN | Friday Jul 29, 2011
Ifti Nasim - the gay Pakistani Muslim poet, activist and Chicago radio show host - strode in wearing leather pants, a leather overcoat and pimp hat with feather.
By Rachel Zoll | Monday Dec 27, 2010
While corporations have long catered to Muslim communities in Europe, businesses have only tentatively started to follow suit in the U.S. - and they are doing so at a time of intensified anti-Muslim feeling that companies worry could hurt them, too.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Tuesday Oct 5, 2010
It’s one of the most contentious issues facing LGBT Americans: Should we be coming to the defense of Islam and Muslims in the face of outright prejudice & hatred? Or is it self-hating to defend a religion that hates and oppresses us?
By ELAINE GANLEY | Wednesday Sep 15, 2010
Oum Al Khyr says she’ll hole up at home and pray. Other women, preferring to flirt with arrest, may defy a ban on the burqa-style veil if a bill to outlaw the Islamic garment becomes the law of the land in France.
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