Mosalsalat Ramadan: On Nationalism, Erasure, Exclusionary Politics, and Reproducing Rape Culture

Disclaimer: This is in no way a direct attack on any entity as much as it is a critique of certain discourses and narratives that have always been and continue to be unacceptable.  Content Warning: mentions of violence, rape, and … Continue reading Mosalsalat Ramadan: On Nationalism, Erasure, Exclusionary Politics, and Reproducing Rape Culture

The Return of a (Camp) Icon – Why Sherihan’s Story Matters, Especially to Us

By: Neda Elewa Chapeu, we’re in tears. That’s the least I can say. I fiercely applaud the production team for this year’s Vodafone commercial. The music, the performance, the dresses and the choreography – every single thing. That’s art, true … Continue reading The Return of a (Camp) Icon – Why Sherihan’s Story Matters, Especially to Us

Uhm, How Are We Supposed to Survive Being Locked Up During a Global Pandemic, Online Classes, AND Ramadan?

By: Zaynab Warning: this is basically a rant. I think many people can relate to this article fa etfadalo, enjoy. Forty years from now – that is, law el sanady 3adet 3ala 5eir-when I’m telling my grandchildren about my senior … Continue reading Uhm, How Are We Supposed to Survive Being Locked Up During a Global Pandemic, Online Classes, AND Ramadan?