Breaking out ยท Activist Faisal Alam struggled growing us a gay Muslim, and went  on to found a support organization for LGBT Muslims. - Dan Doperalski | Daily Trojan

Activist: Gay Muslims do, can exist

From The Daily Trojan (of University of Southern California), November 30, 2010.

Faisal Alam, a gay Muslim activist, spoke at USC on Tuesday night about bridging the various stereotypes of Islam with followers who are progressive or gay. 
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2013 Articles about "Hidden Voices" and Faisal Alam:

Hidden Voices Brings Awareness to LGBT Muslims
February 5, 2013; University of Michigan at Dearborn's The Michigan Journal

2012 Articles about "Hidden Voices" and Faisal Alam:

Gay Muslim Activist Bucks Cultural Norms
April 19, 2012; Cornell University's The Cornell Daily Sun

Lecturer Discusses Gay Muslims, Women Leaders
April 12, 2012; Purdue University's Purdue Exponent

Founder of Muslim LGBT Support Group Visits Campus
March 8, 2012; Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's The Daily Illinis

2011 Articles

Faisal Alam Connects GLBT and Muslim Communities
Colorado State University's Rocky Mountain Student Media -
Article and Video - October 20, 2011

2010 Articles

Activist: Gay Muslims Do, Can Exist - Univ. of Southern California's Daily Trojan - Nov. 30, 2010

2009 Articles

  1. Invisible Life: Speaker Discusses the Hidden Lives of LGBT Muslims - University of Toledo's Independent Collegian

  2. LGBTQ Muslims Defeat Stigma - Colgate (University) Maroon-News

  3. Podcast Interview - Normandale Community College with the Show So Gay

  4. Gay Muslim Offers Perspective - University of Texas, Austin's Daily Texan

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