Study on violence against LGBTQ individuals in Tunisia
Authors The initiative Mawjoudin for equality is a Tunisian association that fights for equality and the rights of LGBTIQ people. Damj The Tunisian Association for justice and equality is an organization whose goal is to defend and promote the human rights of the LGBTIQ people in Tunisia. Chouf is a feminist organization that defends […]Read more
Anusbook. Be connected. Be discovered.
by Scott Long “Tests of shame! Till when?” Campaign by the Tunisian group Damj Join the campaign to end forced anal tests in Tunisia. You can start by posting a message of support, or even re-posting this article, on Twitter or Facebook. Paste in the hashtag #لا_لفحوصات_العار (No test of shame!), or #لا_للفصل_230 (No to Article 230!); or […]Read more
Officials Claim Tunisian Women are Waging a ‘Sexual Jihad’ in Syria, But What’s the Real Story?
“By now you have probably already heard of the harem of Tunisian sex-warrior slaves heading to Syria in order to give up their young bodies to the appetites of deprived rebels to fulfill jihad al-Nikkah — “Sexual Jihad” — and are coming back to the country with bellies full of Jihadi babies. Unfortunately for what seems to be that blind spot people have when it comes to stories on Muslims and sex, there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of Tunisian female warriors going to fight a holy sex war.”Read more