there’s a comic book store in my town that gives ladies a 10% discount and the people who work there are really friendly so lots of ladies show up to hang out and buy comics and one time i was looking through some new releases and this guy walked in, saw all the ladies, did a double take, and said really loudly and condescendingly, ‘there sure are a lot of girls in here for a comic store!’ and laughed but no one else laughed with him and it was glorious
"When did you decide to be gay?"
Last week. I woke up and I was like I want to be judged and not accepted by most of society and denied basic human rights. I thought it would be fun to not be allowed to get married and to be called rude names when I’m with the person I love. I mean, who wouldn’t want that?
Books written by Arab women:
- Tasting the Sky: A Palestinian Childhood- Ibtisam Barakat
- Habibi- Naomi Shihab Nye
- Does My Head Look Big in This?- Randa Abdel-Fattah
- Girls of Riyadh- Rajaa Alsanea
- The Tiller of Waters- Hoda Barakat
- Children of the New World- Assia Djebar
- Women at Point Zero- Nawal El Saadawi
- Baghdad Diaries: A Woman’s Chronicle of War & Exile- Nuha Al-Radi
- A Beggar at Damascus Gate- Yasmin Zahran
- The Cry of the Dove- Fadia Faqir
What about Persepolis!!!