By Sainabou Hydara Anyone who spends more than two minutes engaging with Muslim Twitter is more than well aware that the main topic of conversation at any given times is relationships. Most often than not the general conversation is revolving marriage, how to find a husband and or/ how to operate within said marriage…of course throw in a couple of hypothetical scenarios about being slapped … Continue reading Why can’t I just have sex?
‘Binding Identities’, is an ongoing series by Safiyyah Saeed that focuses on the binding nature of the familiar and unique aspects of our identities. At the centre is the hijab, which presents a familiar link between Muslim women from all around the world… Continue reading Binding Identities
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Nilupa Yasmin’s work is primarily lens based, while taking a keen interest in the notion of culture, self-identity and anthropology. Combined with her love for handcraft and photographic explorations, the artist repeatedly draws upon her own South Asian culture and heritage. The practice of weaving, passed down through inheritance, has become an integral exploration in the development and expression of human value. Her research examines … Continue reading Nilupa Yasmin: Grow Me A Waterlily
Anti-blackness is prevalent in many communities, it is a result of how different cultures have had anti-blackness deeply rooted throughout many generations. Continue reading We Need To Talk About The Anti-Blackness In The Muslim Community
In 2017, I was lucky enough to visit Somalia for the first time in my life, and I never thought it would be such an eye-opening experience as to what I wanted in the future. Continue reading How Visiting Somalia Changed My Life
Mahnoor Malik is a documentary and travel photographer from Washington DC. Her latest project ‘Travelling Burka’ tackles the Muslim Travel Ban… Continue reading Travelling Burka