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Shah, Shanon: The Making of a Gay Muslim
112,19 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 24.08.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Making of a Gay Muslim, Titelzusatz: Religion, Sexuality and Identity in Malaysia and Britain, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018, Autor: Shah, Shanon, Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Ethnic Studies // Soziologie und Anthropologie // Das Selbst // das Ich // Identität und Persönlichkeit // Religion und Glaube, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 372, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 481 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Shah, Shanon: The Making of a Gay Muslim
110,09 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 24.08.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Making of a Gay Muslim, Titelzusatz: Religion, Sexuality and Identity in Malaysia and Britain, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018, Autor: Shah, Shanon, Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Ethnic Studies // Soziologie und Anthropologie // Das Selbst // das Ich // Identität und Persönlichkeit // Religion und Glaube, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 372, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 481 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Shah, Shanon: The Making of a Gay Muslim
90,69 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 03.11.2017, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: The Making of a Gay Muslim, Titelzusatz: Religion, Sexuality and Identity in Malaysia and Britain, Autor: Shah, Shanon, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer International Publishing, Imprint: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Gender Studies // Geschlechterforschung // Britannien // Brite // Britisch // Großbritannien // Erotik // Homoerotik // Homosexualität // LGBTQ // Islam // Weltreligionen // Malaysia // Psychologie // Person // Persönlichkeit // Ich-Psychologie // Religionssoziologie // Soziologie // Schwul // Gay // Theorie // Philosophie // Anthropologie // Volkskunde // SOCIAL SCIENCE // Sociology of Religion // Vereinigtes Königreich // Bezug zum Islam und islamischen Gruppen // Bezug zu Schwulen // Ethnic Studies // Soziale Gruppen: religiöse Gemeinschaften // Das Selbst // das Ich // Identität und Persönlichkeit // Gender Studies: Gruppen // Religion // allgemein, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 354, Abbildungen: Bibliographie, Reihe: Palgrave Studies in Lived Religion and Societal Changes, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 615 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Hes My Girl
5,99 € *
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Virtuoso clarinettist Simon Eskénazy (Antoine de Caunes – Eurotrash) is trying to finish his record. He is also resisting his sick mother’s pleas to move into his apartment, while coming to terms with the reappearance of ex-wife Rosalie and their ten-year-old son; then there are his musicians, his insistent agent, Arlette, and his current lover, Raphaël.When Simon, an Ashkenazi Jew, meets Naïm, a gay Muslim, he is forced to let go of all his preconceived ideas and fears. By night Naïm is Rose, waitress at the ‘Paradise’ cabaret. Fragile yet violent, loving, funny, elusive and provocative, he is the artist of his own life; in a heartbeat, he can transform himself into a femme fatale.He’s My Girl takes up the story of Simon Eskénazy ten years on from the César-nominated Man is a Woman. Visually beautiful and emotionally compelling, the film is again directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann and features a stunning performance from Mehdi Dehbi (Le soleil assassiné) as the extravagant, mercurial Naïm.

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A Dutiful Boy
12,93 € *
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'A beautifully written, heartrending story of a young gay man's journey, liberation and love. A real page-turner that sparks with humanity and hope' Lord Michael Cashman A coming of age memoir about growing up queer in a strict Muslim household. Mohsin grew up in a poor pocket of east London, in a devout shia Muslim community. His family were close-knit and religiously conservative. From a young age, Mohsin felt different but in a home where being gay was inconceivable he also felt very alone. Outside of home Mohsin went to a failing inner city school where gang violence was a fact of life. As he grew up life didn't seem to offer teenage Mohsin any choices: he was disenfranchised from opportunity and isolated from his family as a closet gay Muslim. But Mohsin had incredible drive and became the first person from his school to go to Oxford University. At university came the newfound freedom to become the man his parents never wanted him to be. But when he was confronted by his father and a witch doctor invited to 'cure' him Mohsin had to make a difficult choice. Mohsin's story takes harrowing turns but it is full of life and humour, and, ultimately, it is an inspiring story about breaking through life's barriers. Praise for A Dutiful Boy 'A Dutiful Boy delivers an intimate account of the anguish of one man's gay, Muslim, coming-of-age story, and reveals something important about us all in the process' Afua Hirsch 'The moving personal story of a gay Muslim's tribulations and triumphs at the interface of family, faith and freedom, told with great candour and eloquence' Peter Tatchell 'I can't recommend A Dutiful Boy enough, I couldn't put it down. A journey of self discovery, longing, triumph and hope. I fell in love with Mohsin, I imagine you will too' Suzi Ruffell

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A Dutiful Boy
12,93 € *
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'A beautifully written, heartrending story of a young gay man's journey, liberation and love. A real page-turner that sparks with humanity and hope' Lord Michael Cashman A coming of age memoir about growing up queer in a strict Muslim household. Mohsin grew up in a poor pocket of east London, in a devout shia Muslim community. His family were close-knit and religiously conservative. From a young age, Mohsin felt different but in a home where being gay was inconceivable he also felt very alone. Outside of home Mohsin went to a failing inner city school where gang violence was a fact of life. As he grew up life didn't seem to offer teenage Mohsin any choices: he was disenfranchised from opportunity and isolated from his family as a closet gay Muslim. But Mohsin had incredible drive and became the first person from his school to go to Oxford University. At university came the newfound freedom to become the man his parents never wanted him to be. But when he was confronted by his father and a witch doctor invited to 'cure' him Mohsin had to make a difficult choice. Mohsin's story takes harrowing turns but it is full of life and humour, and, ultimately, it is an inspiring story about breaking through life's barriers. Praise for A Dutiful Boy 'A Dutiful Boy delivers an intimate account of the anguish of one man's gay, Muslim, coming-of-age story, and reveals something important about us all in the process' Afua Hirsch 'The moving personal story of a gay Muslim's tribulations and triumphs at the interface of family, faith and freedom, told with great candour and eloquence' Peter Tatchell 'I can't recommend A Dutiful Boy enough, I couldn't put it down. A journey of self discovery, longing, triumph and hope. I fell in love with Mohsin, I imagine you will too' Suzi Ruffell

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A Dutiful Boy (eBook, ePUB)
11,99 € *
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'A beautifully written, heartrending story of a young gay man's journey, liberation and love. A real page-turner that sparks with humanity and hope'Lord Michael Cashman 'This is the story of a family's love, a battle with shame and a long journey to acceptance. It is deeply moving and profoundly important and it made me cry. If you liked The Boy with the Topknot by Sathnam Sanghera or Educated by Tara Westover, you will also love this book'Elizabeth DayA coming of age memoir about growing up queer in a strict Muslim household.Mohsin grew up in a poor pocket of east London, in a devout shia Muslim community. His family were close-knit and religiously conservative. From a young age, Mohsin felt different but in a home where being gay was inconceivable he also felt very alone.Outside of home Mohsin went to a failing inner city school where gang violence was a fact of life. As he grew up life didn't seem to offer teenage Mohsin any choices: he was disenfranchised from opportunity and isolated from his family as a closet gay Muslim.But Mohsin had incredible drive and became the first person from his school to go to Oxford University. At university came the newfound freedom to become the man his parents never wanted him to be. But when he was confronted by his father and a witch doctor invited to 'cure' him Mohsin had to make a difficult choice.Mohsin's story takes harrowing turns but it is full of life and humour, and, ultimately, it is an inspiring story about breaking through life's barriers.Praise for A Dutiful Boy'A powerful read. In fact, searing in places... vivid and told me a lot about my country... ultimately uplifting'Lionel Barber, former editor of the Financial Times'A Dutiful Boy delivers an intimate account of the anguish of one man's gay, Muslim, coming-of-age story, and reveals something important about us all in the process'Afua Hirsch'The moving personal story of a gay Muslim's tribulations and triumphs at the interface of family, faith and freedom, told with great candour and eloquence'Peter Tatchell'I can't recommend A Dutiful Boy enough, I couldn't put it down. A journey of self discovery, longing, triumph and hope. I fell in love with Mohsin, I imagine you will too'Suzi Ruffell

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A Dutiful Boy (eBook, ePUB)
11,99 € *
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'A beautifully written, heartrending story of a young gay man's journey, liberation and love. A real page-turner that sparks with humanity and hope'Lord Michael Cashman 'This is the story of a family's love, a battle with shame and a long journey to acceptance. It is deeply moving and profoundly important and it made me cry. If you liked The Boy with the Topknot by Sathnam Sanghera or Educated by Tara Westover, you will also love this book'Elizabeth DayA coming of age memoir about growing up queer in a strict Muslim household.Mohsin grew up in a poor pocket of east London, in a devout shia Muslim community. His family were close-knit and religiously conservative. From a young age, Mohsin felt different but in a home where being gay was inconceivable he also felt very alone.Outside of home Mohsin went to a failing inner city school where gang violence was a fact of life. As he grew up life didn't seem to offer teenage Mohsin any choices: he was disenfranchised from opportunity and isolated from his family as a closet gay Muslim.But Mohsin had incredible drive and became the first person from his school to go to Oxford University. At university came the newfound freedom to become the man his parents never wanted him to be. But when he was confronted by his father and a witch doctor invited to 'cure' him Mohsin had to make a difficult choice.Mohsin's story takes harrowing turns but it is full of life and humour, and, ultimately, it is an inspiring story about breaking through life's barriers.Praise for A Dutiful Boy'A powerful read. In fact, searing in places... vivid and told me a lot about my country... ultimately uplifting'Lionel Barber, former editor of the Financial Times'A Dutiful Boy delivers an intimate account of the anguish of one man's gay, Muslim, coming-of-age story, and reveals something important about us all in the process'Afua Hirsch'The moving personal story of a gay Muslim's tribulations and triumphs at the interface of family, faith and freedom, told with great candour and eloquence'Peter Tatchell'I can't recommend A Dutiful Boy enough, I couldn't put it down. A journey of self discovery, longing, triumph and hope. I fell in love with Mohsin, I imagine you will too'Suzi Ruffell

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My Cat Yugoslavia
8,24 € *
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Yugoslavia, 1980s: a 16-year-old Muslim girl named Emine is married off to a man she hardly knows. But what was meant to be a happy match soon goes terribly wrong. Her country is torn apart by war and she flees with her family. Decades later Emine's son, Bekim, has grown up a social outcast in Finland; both an immigrant in a country suspicious of foreigners, and a gay man in an unaccepting society. Aside from casual hookups, his only friend is a boa constrictor whom he lets roam his apartment ¿ even though he is terrified of snakes. But one night in a gay bar, Bekim meets a talking cat who moves in with him and his snake. This witty, charming, manipulative creature starts Bekim on a journey back to Kosovo to confront his demons and make sense of the remarkable, cruel history of his family. It is a journey that will eventually lead him to love.

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