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The severe mistake you made is you not speaking Arabic and delivering your message to every queer in the Arabian countries with the bridge between you which is Arabic. Wrong approach
I discovered this podcast since one of my favorite authors, Saleem Haddad, was on the show. The hosts and guests discuss a variety of fun and necessary topics. Thanks so much for your work.
I’ve felt alone as a queer Arab for so long because my Arab family disowned me when I came out. This podcast has helped me feel Arab again and more connected to my heritage. Thank you!
I love your podcasts, I just found your show today. I am a white non-binary trans masc queer and I love your show as it helps provides me info as to how to be a better more compassionate ally in training.❤️🦄
I don't typically listen to podcasts but I am now a devoted listener of The Queer Arabs. Hosts Alia, Ellie, Ahmed and Kilian lead thoughtful discussions on queer Arab identity in America and abroad. Guest speakers are common and come from a range of professional backgrounds, from artists and journalists to activists and doctors. Highly recommended!
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The Queer Arabs launched 6 years ago and published 228 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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