Supporting the Naz and Matt Foundation

We’re excited to announce that each Gaysian Face we featured on our FB page, we will add a donation button for our viewers to donate to the Naz and Matt Foundation.

Gaysian Faces believes in the foundation, they are doing so much for education, as hate crimes against the LGBTQIA+ and bullying (online bullying) increases, the Naz and Matt Foundation is going out to schools to show children the effects bullying does to a child who identifies at LGBTQIA+.

Not only that, but also teaching parents not to let homophobia get in the way of loving your child for the person they were born to be.

To utter those words “Mum & Dad I’m ________” (whatever you identify as) is a very personal and private journey with no expiry date on how you go about your journey.  All we want is our parents love and acceptance.  The foundation offers support to those who have been rejected by their families too.

We’re proud to support the Naz and Matt Foundation, support doesn’t always mean money – it can be simply sharing/retweeting, helping your favourite charity gain visibility means more than you’ll ever know to those behind the charity.

 

 

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Gaysian Faces kicking off again tomorrow!

Well we really never left you, we just ran out of beautiful faces and stories to feature. But that’s all changing.

I’m looking forward to kicking off every Thursday with a new Gaysian Face to feature. I know you will find their quotes inspiring and thought provoking.

I’m sorry it’s been a bit high and dry these last couple of years, but looking forward to collaborate with more organisations. Watch this space.

If you’re interested in participating in Gaysian Faces, please fill out our contact form.

Meet the Rani…

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Meet the Rani. The Khawaja Sara. The Khusra. The Hijra. The one and only Seemaa Butt ‪#‎gaysianfaces‬ ‪#‎salgbtuk‬

Roundtable Discussion: Muslim Drag Queens

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Birmingham South Asians LGBT – Finding A Voice will be hosting their monthly get together at Matchbox Cafe 16/09/2015 6:30pm. This month’s roundtable discussion will be focused on the Muslim Drag Queens documentary, which debuted on CH4 last Monday.

The documentary starred Asifa Lahore, Zareena Khan and Ibrahim (who kicked off Gaysian Faces).

About 30 minutes into the documentary, #MuslimDragQueens started trending on twitter. Khakan Qureshi, founder of Finding A Voice, will be facilitating the roundtable discussion. Besides discussing and debating, you’ll also get a chance to make new friends and network with the Gaysian community in Birmingham.

Watch Muslim Drag Queens on 4oD