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Love Triumphing Can be A Revolutionary Tale


Amrou al-Kadhi writes in the Guardian about queer loving triumphing over all the odds put against it by bigotry and religious extremism.  He argues that whilst LGBTQIA radicalism and its critique of marriage as a heteronormative construct has its place, there is also something genuinely marvellous about the love shared by samesex couples.  Amrou writes “to watch two queer people I love dearly come out the other side, promising to love each other for the rest of their lives, felt victorious. It is always a triumph when queer people who have been taught to hate themselves finally believe they deserve another’s love. It was one of the most hopeful days I’ve ever experienced.” 

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