Pride is an important, welcoming place for LGBT people of Muslim heritage, including liberal Muslims and ex-Muslims. Amrou Al-Kadhi’s article in The Guardian paints a bleak picture of London…
After defending itself from a baseless charge of Islamophobia by East London Mosque, CEMB will be marching again at Pride London this year, fighting for the rights of LGBT people and non-believers.
Criticism of Islamic homophobia must not be forced out of LGBT+ spaces. it’s time for Ex-Muslims to be heard.
Even vague intolerance or irrational attitudes towards LGBT people should not be left unchallenged, simply because it is in the guise of a minority religion Earlier…
At its core, LGBT rights are simply about affording all other human beings the right to live with dignity and without pain, as any of us would like to.
Has Pride become too commercial? Queer activism and protest are essential to the Pride atmosphere, but love and compassion should be the driving forces.