Lebanon Speaks Up Loud Against Homophobia

Save the Date.

May 17: The International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO)

Lebanon might not have a flashy gay parade with rainbow flags waving above our heads just yet. But many of us Lebanese, gay, straight or anywhere in between, are already actively engaged in a collective effort trying to raise awareness and fight homophobia.

More often than not, homophobia is just another by-product of ignorance. People remaining stuck with their pre-conceived ideas, their limited knowledge about how homosexuality plays out in real life.

That’s where your stories, your personal experiences and your opinions can help a great deal. Sharing some of your thoughts with the rest of us will help spread awareness within, as well as outside the community.

So here’s the deal: As Lebanon’s LGBT blogosphere, we are asking everyone, gay or straight, to take a minute to think: How does homophobia affect you or someone you love?

Write 150 words or less and email to: myidahostory@gmail.com

You will be advancing the cause more than you think!

Wanna check our blog?

This is it: http://lebidaho.wordpress.com/


This project is a collaborative effort between LGBT bloggers & our awesome Graphic Designer!

Listed alphabetically…we are:

Graphic Designer: @zoozel
pic designed by @zoozel

6 thoughts on “Lebanon Speaks Up Loud Against Homophobia

  1. hello April 28, 2011 / 1:28 pm

    will you be using the names of people who send in stuff or just the content?

    • BeirutBoy April 28, 2011 / 1:33 pm

      If you want we can use your name, nickname, anything else you want, or we’ll put “anonymous”. The important thing is the Content =)

  2. Marie-H April 28, 2011 / 8:29 pm

    Dude, I’m totally in! 😀
    Is there a deadline for the story or is it May 17th?

    • BeirutBoy April 28, 2011 / 10:19 pm

      We will be posting stories up to May 17 🙂
      Submit your story as soon as you can to my email! =)

      • BeirutBoy May 1, 2011 / 1:33 pm

        You can use either one Marie-H 🙂

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