Tag Archives: Gay

EQUALATHON: Multi-Gender Society: A Harmless Reality


A Bissu practicing his role as a spiritual leader Middle Eastern and Western societies are or have traditionally been narrow-minded as far as the roles of sexes, and subsequently that of genders, are considered. Gender identity is complex and sometimes difficult to … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: Come Out!


Bertho, showing his bride out loud in Beirut, as a response to the #DekAbuse

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EQUALATHON: We’re All Family


I was born and raised in Lebanon and I stand before you this evening in support of this ordinance. I worry about the future of our city ; yes of course Today, and every day, we fight for freedom, justice, … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: عن جد حلوا عن طيزنا


It has been quite some time now since the Dekwaneh incident and I’ve read way too many articles and heard way too many “official” responses concerning the issue and I think I can now publish how I see the whole … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: صديقي المثّلي


I used this photo because I believe that all citizens should be treated equally regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. and as a participation in “Online Marathon for Equality” The red says “7okouk” Arabic for “Rights”. The two … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: Hall Of Shame


Walk with us in the hall of shame Within the dickheads’ erection, we have the appearance of two new names. 1-Georges Abu Abboud: Mayor of Dekweneh Yesterday i decided to watch the episode that Joe Maalouf prepared about the crime … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: We will always exist …


No one can doubt that as Lebanese LGBT community we have accomplished a lot and we are still accomplishing more but what we have done so far is nothing compared to the the rights that we deserve and the equality we are … Continue reading

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EQUALATHON: Dear Mr. Marwan Charbel


Dear Mr. Marwan Charbel, I have lived in this country all my life; I have seen the ugliest shit happen. I have seen bombs explode meters away, I have seen people cry and people die. I have seen the ugliest … Continue reading

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Remember


The planet Earth was believed to be flat. And the person objecting it and trying to tell them that it’s round was burned to death. Even though I’m not sure of that, and some say it’s a myth, the whole … Continue reading

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Teta, Sajedeta and Mohamad Sibai , the aftermath of a published homophobia


On a beautiful Sunday morning, I decided to visit Teta in her palace, a humble home in a Lebanese village where Teta, birds in her garden, a cat on her sofa and an 80 year old neighbor and friend coexist … Continue reading

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