First LGBTQ Jordanian Magazine Features the Secret Lives of Arab Lesbians in the Middle East
Here’s a very short list of films featuring the experiences of award-winning LGBT Muslims around the world with links to purchase or watch them online. Leave your reactions, reviews, and recommendations for more in the comments section.
Welcome to this week’s edition of INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
“We are afraid of being abandoned by the mother, the culture, La Raza,for being unacceptable, faulty, damaged… to avoid rejection, …
The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance is hosting “Presence, Power, Progress” this July 19 to 22, a conference in …
“I generally find coming out as ‘queer’ in corporate and tech spaces much less intimidating than coming out as an ‘economic consultant’ in queer spaces.” Our newest contributor, Lola Kutty, shares her experience being ostracized from anti-capitalist spaces due to her job as a consultant.
Join 2000 people for the 11th Annual Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference — the largest trans-specific health conference in the world — from May 31st to June 2nd, 2012.
Wait a minute, not all lesbians in movies are white, rich or middle-class? You mean “life” doesn’t get put on pause so that all gay people can experience the thrill of coming out at summer camp? Hallelujah for Pariah– a film women of color (and other marginalized groups) can finally relate to!
As is the case with queer people of color, the experiences of many queer Latinas living in the U.S are filled with challenges; identifying with anything outside of heterosexuality and the gender binary remains largely taboo in the Latino culture. Read Una Queer’s very personal account of coming out to her family, and moving through the world as a Queer Latina.