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Hey!! I'm a queer muslimah here and I'd like to say thank you for keeping this blog and being amazing. May Allah swt bless you always x

Loving all the love tonight, usually the anon messages i get aren’t so positive. Shout out to all the queer muslims out there, you rock and don’t forget it!

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To the muslim girl who deals with her sexuality, i feel the same. Im attracted romantically to females, I cant see myself married to a man or having kids, but im envious that your mum still accepts you for who you are.

Just another example that there are plenty of us out here, we should stick together and support each other. Lots of love to all of you. 

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Being a gay girl and Muslim has always presented a huge burden for me. I can't seem to be able to part with my religion nor my sexuality and I think I've reached a point where I am at peace with it. My mother calls it a phase, a disease, western influence but she still loves me and never brings it up. It's all I can ask for I guess. I just wanted to share tag with you. I've never met another queer muslim before. Thank you for running this blog.

Hey there, there’s plenty of us queer muslims out here, you’re in no way alone. I feel that my faith and sexuality doesn’t have to be compromised, I can live with both, they’re intersectional and in no way mutually exclusive. I’m sorry to hear about the things your mother has said but the fact that she’s still around may mean that in time she’ll come around, and if she doesn’t just remember that there are a lot of people who care about you, anytime you want to chat i’m always about. 

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