Interview : vivre son homosexualité en Tunisie

Cross posted sur Walid, un jeune tunisien de 19 ans a accepté de répondre aux questions des membres de autour du thème de l’homosexualité en Tunisie. Q: Religion musulmane : • Question basique et sûrement clichée mais : te considères-tu musulman pratiquant alors que ta religion condamne fortement l’homosexualité ? Et si oui, n’est-ce … Continue reading

Tunisian Human Rights Minister Rejects Gay Rights UNHRC Recommendations

By Fadi Krouj and Dan Littauer Tunisian minister of human rights, transitional justice and spokesman of the Tunisian government, Samir Dilou has rejected a recommendation by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to decriminalize same-sex acts, stating that sexual orientation was a western concept which is incompatible with Islam, Tunisian culture and traditions. In … Continue reading

Etre ou ne pas être Homo? Ce n’est pas la Question!

Est-ce que je me sens bien dans ma peau ? Suis-je le seul au monde de mon espèce ? Les autres m’acceptent-ils tel que je suis ? Suis-je un malade, un anormal, un fou ? Quels sont mes droits, en tant qu’Homme ? Comment me faire accepter par ma famille, mes amis, mes collègues de travail ? Qui peut répondre à … Continue reading

New evidences on the complicit of the Iraqi government as a new massacre is waiting to happen against emo and LGBTQ youth

A new wave of emo youth murders in Iraq is expected to take place today March 11th and tomorrow the 12th. A list (pictured here) has been posted, naming future targets of emo youths to be executed in their respective districts (numbered). The note was posted, two weeks ago, in three neighborhoods of Baghdad: Al-Sadr … Continue reading

Harvard Community Responds to Controversial Social Transformations Conference

The letter below comes from three members of the Harvard University community, challenging a controversial April 1-2 conference held on campus, Social Transformation By the Power of God, which will feature a host of speakers with a background of anti-gay and anti-Islam beliefs. More than 2,000 members have urged Harvard University student groups and university … Continue reading