Two years ago, I stumbled upon a gay Lebanese blog, Gay in Beirut, which inspired me to create my own blog.
So it excites me when I see Lebanese LGBT bloggers and activists who are putting their experiences out there for the world to see (or in this case, read). I know that will only encourage other Lebanese gay readers to be brave and make their voices heard.
Here are some (of many) Lebanese LGBT bloggers that I’m proud of. Thank you for blogging, for making a difference, and for giving hope to confused 14 year olds who are sitting in their room wondering if there are other people “like them”.
PS: Is there a Lebanese LGBT blogger not included in this list? Please do share their blog in the comments section!
Author: George Azzi, co-founder of Lebanese gay rights group Helem
Authors: Two 20 smtg gay friends, GiB #1 & GiB #2
Author: Raja Farah, a “regular out gay, atheist, activist, pacifist Arab living in Beirut”
Author: 16 year old gay Lebanese teenager in Beirut
Author: 22 year old lesbian (& Sagittarius) rebel
Author: A Lebanese gay atheist
Author: Gay Lebanese Alien who loves naked men as much as I do
Author: Gay Lebanese man in his mid twenties
9) Le Bi
Author: Bisexual Lebanese guy
10) Fafa Thinks
Author: Lebanese lesbian, Little Monster, & Cünt Enthusiast
11) Homos Libnani
Authors: Allouch & ZouZou, 2 gay best friends