1. Can you be a LGBTQ+ person and a Muslim? Yes 2. Can you wear the Hijab and pray 5 times a day like other practicing Muslims? Yes 3. How does being a LGBTQ Muslim feel like? Like an invisible apologist ….. Everyone has the same question for Leila. The magazine people, the NGO folks, new friends, and sometimes, the person across the mirror. I met Leila at a mosque where she was the sermon preacher on Friday. I knew nothing about her, except that she wanted to belong. To a pl
LGBTQ+ ideas and thought have a historical relationship in the philosophical discourse. From the ancient Greeks to ancient India. The areas of topics include – gender and sexual identity, being, historicism, epistemology, love etc. to a name a few. With interlinking elements from feminism, existentialism, phenomenology etc., what is LGBTQ+ in the philosophical discourse and what are some of its main questions? A preliminary effort is performed in this article to address them.
I had always believed that you can’t control your thoughts, but you can control your actions. So when I wanted to punch my teacher in the face, it was alright to think that. What was important was that I didn’t act on it. I became a non believer of this philosophy when I started to think that I was gay. Even the thought was simply atrocious. I was a normal heterosexual girl and that was it. I, just like any other high school girl, dated a fair share of boys. My first relation