By: Fadila I’ve been struggling to date, to be honest. A struggle that goes beyond Mama’s ‘betkallemy meen?’ and Baba’s ‘enty fein?’, it’s gone way beyond the way people stare when a man and a woman are sitting together at … Continue reading A Dating Questionnaire Curated By Your (Quite Frustrated) Local Feminist
By: Nour Disclaimer: This article is in no way, shape, or form encouraging anyone to have sex or indulge in self-pleasure. Read that again, please. If you partake in sexual acts, that’s your choice. The only reason we do these … Continue reading Parents, Stigmatizing Sex Safety Endagers Us and For What? Your Misguided Notions of Honor?
By: Lilo Antivaxx parents (an informal noun) – A person who is opposed to vaccination, typically a parent who refuses to vaccinate their child The Child (noun) – The offspring of the aforementioned antivaxxer … Continue reading My Parents are Antivaxxers, Now What?
By: Hana Diab Stress, burnout, and feeling overwhelmed are valid and easily recollected feelings at hearing the word “exams”. Your brain starts dragging you into remembering the nights you spent cramming a syllabus you were seeing for the first time. … Continue reading Some Very Basic Post-Exam Self Care We All Need to Practice
By: Marie Romantic relationships are almost never as easy as we see in fairytales or storybooks. They have ups and downs, and they could bring extra challenges when one or both partners suffer from mental illness. Yes, mental health issues, … Continue reading You Dating Someone With a Mental Illness? Here’s What You Need to Know
Curated by: Danya Danish This is Palestine ‘This Is Palestine’ is a podcast that highlights people, issues and events around Palestine. We bring you stories from the ground in Palestine, and we speak with experts and activists to bring you … Continue reading Podcasts to Listen To
Curated by: Danya Danish Note: Please remember that access to information in this region requires the use of our bestfriend – the VPN. So, if you’re currently anywhere in the SWANA, chances are, you’ll need to turn your VPN on … Continue reading Arabic and English Books + Novels
Curated by: Danya Danish Note: Please remember that access to information in this region requires the use of our bestfriend – the VPN. So, if you’re currently anywhere in the SWANA, chances are, you’ll need to turn your VPN on … Continue reading English and Arabic Academic Resources
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
By: Hana Diab It’s that time of the year again where flowers bloom, animals wake up from hibernation, the weather starts getting warmer…and Hana gets nasal congestion and sneezes every five seconds. I, with a stuffy nose, love spring. It’s … Continue reading 8 Colors We’re Using to Bring Some Life to Our Makeup Looks in Honor of Spring