Lebanon IDAHO Report 2012


To mark IDAHO 2012, a group of activists and bloggers put up posters around Beirut featuring slogans decrying the censorship they felt that Lebanon imposed on homosexuality, in tandem with a website that allowed people to share their experiences of homophobia.
A fundraiser was also held in Beirut which drew from 300-400 participants and which included a photo installation entitled “OUT: Portraits of a proud community” which came from Montreal in Canada and featured photos of Lebanese and Arab LGBT people living abroad.

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