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A Gay Man in Benghazi: My Untold Story

  -By Maad El Gali   Although LGBTQ+ individuals have acquired certain rights in the United Sates, including the right to marry their loved ones, in many other countries they suffer immense persecution and frequent harassment by the state and at the hands of their fellow citizens.

Trump’s Travel Ban: Another Blow for LGBTQ Refugees in MENA

By Kate Moran LGBT solidarity rally in front of the Stonewall Inn, New York, February 2017.

The Enemy Immigrants: Who They Are is Who We Are

Thomas Royal Nimen ||| 7 April 2017 The issue of refugees has spurred an identity crisis in the United States, particularly so with President Trump’s coupling America’s greatness with his motives to establish walls and vet immigrants.

Sustainability is Rare

Every day when we wake up, for a split second everyone is the same.

Destroyed by Bombs

Imagine, your home destroyed by bombs, your family murdered, your country unrecognizable, and fear of death constantly threating your day to day life.

NOH8 EGYPT FIGHTS FOR LGBT RIGHTS

NoH8 Egypt is an initiative that aims to stop hatred and violence against minority groups.

No Conversion Therapy

It all started when I received the news of a friend being arrested because he was gay.

This is My Story

This is my story as a young gay man, growing up in Syria.