I was never a fan of social engineering until I became involved in the interfaith world and realized that pluralism is not intuitive. It takes conscious effort. In other words, it takes some engineering. There are few organic social conditions that propel people from different faith traditions to meaningfully engage…Read More
Western and Eastern authors have historically painted a picture of the Muslim world as one in which the sexuality of Muslim women flourishes behind closed doors. It seems that in these secluded spaces a secret is passed from generation of women to generation of women about how to actively create a vibrant sexuality within the private sphere.Read More
I am alone.
Surrounded by friends and a community that should understand me
They know me as popular, confident, and happy – supposedly.
My sisters dress the same, look the same, and crack the same jokes as me.
Yet when I look their way, my reflection does not stare back at me.