Coming Out Muslim: The Door to a Conversation

By Carey Reed Zamarriego. Published in Wanderlust Writing on April 9, 2012.

Coming Out Muslim. (Credit: Patrick Mulcahy)

“Success is them [my parents] knowing I’m not who they wanted and I am still invited home,” shares Wazina Zondon, one of two principal storysharers of Coming Out Muslim: Radical Acts of Love, a performance piece about people being at the intersections of Islam and querness. It’s also one of many heart-piercing statements the audience hears while watching Wazina, along with Terna (tay-nuh) Tilley-Gyado show their journeys to find authentic spaces where they can be both Muslim and queer…

 
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