Arab Queer Women and Transgenders Confronting Diverse Religious Fundamentalisms
The Case of Meem in Lebanon
By Nadine M., Meem
This case study presents Meem, a support community for lesbian, bisexual, queer and questioning women, and transgendered people in Lebanon. It maps out the strategies used by Meem to challenge religious fundamentalist oppression of alternative sexualities and gender identities in Lebanon.
This resource is one part of AWID’s 2010 series of 18 Case studies, Feminists on the Frontline: Case Studies of Resisting and Challenging Fundamentalisms