sister-hood is an award-winning digital magazine spotlighting the diverse voices of women of Muslim heritage.



Nayyeema is a Pakistani queer-lesbian feminist who writes about anti-colonial and anti-nationalist politics. She believes strongly in decolonizing mainstream feminist and LGBTQIA movements. She is usually found reading Audre Lorde over and over again. She blogs at

ramzan ruckus

i) remembering. ramzan nine years ago. getting ready for an iftar party where the palao served was too salty, even for me. ma, pinning my duppata on my left shoulder with the brooch nani ami gave her. baba, teaching his…

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lessons of love

the women in my family taught me how to love women by not loving men          no, they are not lesbians or queer or whatever labels you stick onto me, but they refused        …

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