Oum Kulthoum’s Sexuality

Book Review By Stella Andrada Kasdovasili In ​Οum Kulthoum’s Sexuality, ​Musa Al-Shadeedi offers an interesting reflection on the sexuality of one of the most prominent singers of the Arab world, an artist whose songs “united Arabs in their modern history like nothing...

WHEN OUR MOVEMENT BECAME THEIR CAUSE

WHEN OUR MOVEMENT BECAME THEIR CAUSE by Nikola Italo Article In Argentina we are living through a very particular but incredibly significant course of events. The parliament (Congress, to be specific) has decided to start the project of a new law: the...

Call Me A Boy – My journey into music and manhood

Call Me A Boy – My journey into music and manhood by Faris Saad articles It was a formidable thing, my father’s record player. It was in our living room, on the side reserved for guests and dinner parties because it had the fancy coffee table with no water ring...

Louder

LOUDER by CATRIONA article I identify with being bisexual, as opposed to pansexual, as I see being bi as being sexually and romantically attracted both to people of a different gender to you and to people of the same gender. If I’m honest, it’s also...

Stop Talking, Start Doing:

Stop Talking, Start Doing: My experience with the eBay Startup Cup 2018 by Lazar Mikov article If someone told me that our team would generate revenue on the first day of our business I would have laughed in disbelief. Yet that’s exactly what happened at the eBay...

Evan Mwangi’s ‘Quenya’ word is Derogatory to the Gender-Fluids

Evan Mwangi’s ‘Quenya’ word is Derogatory to the Gender-Fluids by Alexander Opicho article Professor Evan Mwangi finished reviewing Professor’s Mutongi’s new book, Matatu: a history of popular transportation in Nairobi, by remarking that; ‘matatus are as queer as the...