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buzzArab is proud to be one of the few sites serving the Arab and Muslim LGBTQ communities. We welcome members from all religions, all backgrounds. On the surface, London Pride celebrates the city as a place of LGBT As a gay person of Muslim heritage, the inescapable secularism of Pride.
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What udon noodles and contactless payment have ever done to end homophobia will forever remain a mystery. But this external display of inclusion belies a core that is routed in exclusion. As such, Pride feels much more like an ode to capitalism than a fight for actual civil rights. As a gay person of Muslim heritage, the inescapable secularism of Pride makes me anxious.
Like many in England's multi-cultural capital, the year-old Brit was inspired by a bystander's reaction to Saturday's tube stabbing , who yelled, " You ain't no Muslim bruv! This couple duped an anti-gay pizzeria and then made out. So Mauchline, who is gay and lives across the street from a mosque, penned a blog post about his experiences with Muslims in South London that has since gone viral. The post, titled, " 15 things I learnt about Islam and British values being a gay boy living opposite a mosque ," has been shared widely on Facebook and Twitter and hailed by UK politicians for helping to dismantle the stereotype of Muslims as extremists. In a grumpy twitter week, this is lovely esp I also live across from a mosque - but don't dance in drag.