Beyonce, Sexuality, and Non-Black Muslim Women

Here is my latest for MMW on Beyonce, sexuality, and non-Black Muslim women. As I’ve seen more and more Muslim feminists praise Beyonce’s work I’ve had so many questions in my mind. In this post I propose many questions, thinking out loud about what’s been in my mind.

Muslim Women and Mental Health – Part 1

I just watched this great conversation on Muslim women and mental health hosted by Our Voices. If you’re interested in the topic I encourage you to watch this video. It’s a great conversation between Dr. Rukhsana Chaudhry, Nadiah Mohajir, and Naaila Moumaris-Clay, and facilitated by Na’Aisha Malika B.

Dew Point

This blog is dedicated to sharing my every-day discoveries of how the light and beauty of Islamic spirituality can be part of a modern, well-rounded way of life.

Between Sisters, SVP!

IN THE Name of Allah, the most merciful, the most compassionate. Welcome to my blog. 99 Jannah Dr, Jannahville.

Into My Space

mental Health. Spirituality. feminism.

Queer Zenana

Pakistani queer feminist anti-colonial/anti-nationalist politics

SAS Confidential

A Blog by @AcademicsSay

Darvish

"I will walk a thousand leagues in falsehood, that one step of the journey may be true." - Junayd

run like the wind

a bad idea, followed by poor execution

Riding on Islam and the Third Wave

Exploring the intersection of Islam and gender rights (and some other things too)

Sisters Breaking Barriers

a blog for the HEART Women & Girls / Muslim Youth Project

PSYCHBOT

Navigating psychology

Fatemeh Fakhraie

Social media and content marketing nerd

Outburst Movement

Decolonizing Everything

Love, InshAllah

Fresh Perspectives on Love

HEART Women & Girls

Health Education, Advocacy, Research & Training for Women & Girls