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In traditional Middle Eastern cultures, women stay in their family's home until they're married. A lot of them joked that if I didn't get a boyfriend soon, I'd turn into a lesbian. At the time, I hid behind my nerdism to justify my boylessness.
When I got home from school, it was a different story.
While most religious leaders – Christian, Jewish and Muslim alike – are known for listing strict rules of “Do”s and “Don’t”s that supposedly come from God, Khaki takes a vastly different approach.
He often discusses self-care, which is very important for queer religious people who feel guilty because of their sexuality.
Just taking life easy, avoiding things or people that bring negativity. I'm just a cool person , I love to have fun a lot and I'm looking forward to meet new people everyday of my life (That's why I love my job). Come say hi anytime :) x I'm an artist and I work as a beauty therapist in central London.
In commemoration of National Coming Out Day, I'm doing something I've never done before.
All over the United States and Canada, queer imams are reaching out to LGBT Muslims – instead of turning away from the faith, these Muslims are encouraged to reinterpret the Koran.
Unity mosque is one of the most open-minded mosques of its kind.
It was seedy with moldy carpeting and poker machines lining the back wall.
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My friend Zara was outed by her strict Muslim Pakistani family at the age of 19 when they read through her diary while she was away at work one evening. No longer able to see a place for herself in Islam, she broke ties with her beloved religion—and with her family.