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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی
Artist-Anthropologist working on how other worlds are always possible and the antithetical can complement.
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی Jun 15
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی Jun 10
You have to check out 's cats!! They can be penpals!!
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی Jun 4
Check this out!! Going to get my hands on it as soon as I can!
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی Jun 1
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 29
Looking forward to this! Edited by and Paula Sanders.
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Remona Aly May 28
"Ten years after Yorkshire and the Humber sent a member of the BNP to the European parliament , we’ve elected a black, Muslim refugee standing for the Green party. Now isn’t that something?" Putting the magic back into politics
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 28
I understand you cultivate a temperament like the wind. But you could not have even stayed a minute? हमें ख़बर है, हवा का मिज़ाज रखते हो। मगर यह क्या कि ज़रा भी देर को रुके भी नहीं!
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 28
Replying to @dan_a_lowe
😻😻😻😻😻😻 I want to meet him!
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Dr. Shabana Mir May 17
The persecution of by the DOJ and the US govt is egregious, brutal, unconscionable, and unprecedented. Not only is she being jailed AGAIN, she is to be fined $500 every day she's in custody after 30 days, and $1K every day in custody after 60 days.
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 18
Replying to @ShabanaMir1 @xychelsea
Can't 'heart' this 😡
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Dr. Shabana Mir May 17
For men who complain about young children at the mosque:   "A child left at home for the convenience of silence is a child taken out of their masjid stories. .. (Maybe it is best for brothers who enjoy silence to pray in the darker parts of their homes ...)" 🔥
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 16
Replying to @rubabist
वाहिमा: तुम्हारा कहना है/ तुम मुझे बेपनाह शिद्दत से चाहते हो/ तुम्हारी चाहत/ विसाल की आख़िरी हदों तक/ मेरे - फ़क़त मेरे नाम होगी/ मुझे यक़ीन है - मुझे यक़ीन है,/ मगर क़सम खाने वाले लड़के!/ तुम्हारि आंखों में तिल है!
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 16
You tell me/ You love me with overwhelmingly relentless ardour/ That your affection/ As long as you live is/ Mine - and only for me/ I believe this - I believe,/ But, young man prone to vows!/ You have a wandering eye!
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feministkilljoy May 14
I think that if we as feminists are going to be involved in transforming institutions, whether we are working at them or not, 'institutional loyalty' is pretty much the first thing you need to give up (if you have it) or avoid (if you do not).
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 13
Replying to @ArthurDudney
Do you love it??? I distinctly remember somebody deriding me for making them listen to it! ;)
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 13
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 12
Also, just realised maybe I sounded flippant or dismissive. You're doing important stuff, that's hard to do, but don't be afraid to create and build the language from this context if current LGBTQ+ lingo is not enough <3 <3
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 12
To specify what i meant: I find in languages contemporary queer/critical theory has not been written in, you sort of end up having to use English/French terms or just describe the experience/context of the individual/group in accessible language rather than just a term
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 12
Miltilingual glossary with terms . Site with resources in Farsi . Sometimes 'western/global' concepts don't fit local/non-west contexts and it can be productive to go with individuals' feelings/descriptions. Good luck! xx
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Sahil Warsi ساحل خان وارثی May 10
Check out this talk on Azerbaijani art and enduring links to it's past on May 23. Moderated the sharing Rose Issa!
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