LGBTQ* Resources and Religious Sites
Graphic Above From:
You Know You’re A Queer Muslim When’s Tumblr
Following Text and Information from StarJack’s LGBTQ* Muslim Informational Site
(note from StarJack: This is a list of Internet / Online resources for Muslims who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, those questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity, and their partners, family, and friends. The point is to make these resources available, so please feel free to make links to this page. To help keep this list as complete and current as possible, please send an e-mail to report updates, defunct links, or new resources!
Disclaimer: I’ve looked at these sites and assume their bona fides, but really don’t have the means to check them out thoroughly. In some cases caution may be advisable.)
Nation-specific Organizations and Websites:
This is a general list including GLBT Muslim groups in countries where Muslims are a minority and GLBT organizations in countries that are predominantly Muslim or have large Muslim minorities.
LBGTQ* Charts and Graphs
Hate Crime Statistics
(Graph from Daily Kos)
LGBTQ* Solidartity and Support
(taken from ILGA.org)
Gay Muslims Exist And They Need Solidarity Too
Contributor:Jennifer Josef, ILGA-ASIA
It’s time for the LGBT community in the U.S. to counter Islamaphobia, and spend energy working with LGBT Muslims to cope with the unique issues that face them. Learn about Islam and the LGBT Muslim experience so that all members of the LGBT community can be fully who they are, and enrich the LGBT community itself.
For More Information: Contact your local LGBTQ* center. Educate yourself on the current punishments and restraints of the LGBTQ* community outside of western culture. Educate yourself about Muslim lives and other cultures. Educate yourself about Islam and other religions. Research other cultures outside of your own or start a dialogue with other people of the LGBTQ* community.
South African Muslim Charter
Request for Muslim LGBT Rights
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