On the Controversy of a Movie
Regardless of sexual orientation(s) each finds a bit of herself/himself in the movie. It is all about the sense of passion, love-obsession.
DJ Murat Renay to Play in Copenhagen
DJ Renay will play in the Oriental Disco party on 30th November in Copenhagen, organized by SABAAH, supporting LGBTs with Middle Eastern and North African background.
The other mother Armenia from the eyes of feminist photographers
This is the first time 10 women got together in Yerevans art scene to say This is how I see Armenia.
Khouloud Mahdhaoui: In Tunisia, Homophobia Is Law
The new religious context associated with the absence of definitive government as well as the absence of a formal constitution, creates a hostile atmosphere.
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