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Freddie, too, is a story of immigration and success; he is a descendent of Parsi Indian parents who moved to Zanzibar and later settled in England.

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To date, Freddie Mercury is widely regarded as one of the greatest singers and performers of all time. Rather, it is the utter invisibilization and outright denial of queerness. Unlike Rami, Freddie is bisexual. My Facebook feed is engulfed with images of Rami Malek winning awards, and none of his role playing Freddie Mercury — a flamboyantly androgynous and queer legend. We will not let you go.

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Let me go! Will not let you go. Perhaps, in some ways, Rami Malek has also contributed to the invisibilization of queer people. He belongs to a legacy of straight and cis actors who have won Oscars for playing queer roles. Additionally, while Rami has acknowledged his Egyptian and Coptic origins — and quite charmingly so —, and also even nodded to the violence against Copts in Egypt, he has remained deafeningly silent about the horrific crackdown on queer individuals in Egypt. So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye?

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So you think you can love me and leave me to die? Once, I watched a Coptic Orthodox priest tell a room of high-schoolers that no queer Copts exist. He said this during Sunday School, in front of a room that was undoubtedly inhabited by queer and questioning Copts. The claim is outrageous, and it both denies the existence of queer Copts and justifies rampant homophobia and transphobia within Coptic communities.

We are longing for queer, brown and immigrant success stories. And I am longing for a Facebook feed, and broader communities, that celebrate immigration without invisibilizing and erasing queerness. Any way the wind blows.

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She currently lives and works between Minnesota and Washington, DC. Freddie, too, is a story of immigration and success; he is a descendent of Parsi Indian parents who moved to Zanzibar and later settled in England. To date, Freddie Mercury is widely regarded as one of the greatest singers and performers of all time.

Rather, it is the utter invisibilization and outright denial of queerness.


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Unlike Rami, Freddie is bisexual. My Facebook feed is engulfed with images of Rami Malek winning awards, and none of his role playing Freddie Mercury — a flamboyantly androgynous and queer legend.

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We will not let you go. Let me go! Will not let you go. Perhaps, in some ways, Rami Malek has also contributed to the invisibilization of queer people.

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He belongs to a legacy of straight and cis actors who have won Oscars for playing queer roles. Additionally, while Rami has acknowledged his Egyptian and Coptic origins — and quite charmingly so —, and also even nodded to the violence against Copts in Egypt, he has remained deafeningly silent about the horrific crackdown on queer individuals in Egypt. So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye?

So you think you can love me and leave me to die? Once, I watched a Coptic Orthodox priest tell a room of high-schoolers that no queer Copts exist. He said this during Sunday School, in front of a room that was undoubtedly inhabited by queer and questioning Copts.

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The claim is outrageous, and it both denies the existence of queer Copts and justifies rampant homophobia and transphobia within Coptic communities. We are longing for queer, brown and immigrant success stories. And I am longing for a Facebook feed, and broader communities, that celebrate immigration without invisibilizing and erasing queerness.

Any way the wind blows. She currently lives and works between Minnesota and Washington, DC.