One Day One Struggle 2019! Conversations on Bodily Autonomy, Digital Security, Sex Workers Rights, Consent, Self Expression, Paternity Leave and more
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Every 9 November communities around the world come together in celebration of sexual and bodily rights as human rights, as part of the One Day One Struggle! campaign (ODOS), coordinated by the Coalition for Sexual and Bodily …

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The Queer Muslim Project joins CSBR

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We are excited to welcome The Queer Muslim Project – India, as a new member of the Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies!

The Queer Muslim Project (TQMP) started as a Facebook page in March 2017 with an objective to create awareness and build community online–but over the years, TQMP has grown exponentially as an online and offline movement. TQMP believes in a feminist and intersectional approach to addressing issues of gender, sexuality, religion, language, caste, class, race and nationality in Indian society.

Today, The Queer Muslim Project works through digital spaces–including regular campaigns on their  Instagram account: @thequeermuslimproject; arts-based advocacy, capacity-building, and organizing retreats to engage LGBTQI and Muslim communities in safe and nurturing spaces for dialogue, self-introspection, confidence-building, emotional support, and spiritual healing.

 

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