Waqfit Banat (Personal Narrative)
In Arabic “Waqfet Banat” is colloquial for “Women Take a Stand”, “Women Stand Together”, “Women Rise Up.” In this collection, Aswat publish a second book of personal narrative. This publication by Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Palestinian women, stems from the need to share our stories and talk about our struggle, particularly with others who are beginning their struggle with religion, sexuality, sexual orientation and liberation, self-attitudes and body image.
I have a right to live, to choose, to be free
"I have a right to live, to choose, to be free”. It Includes a collection of creative texts written by lesbian women in Arabic. In this publication we try once again to link our reality as a representative of the reality of our Arab community, and the reality of our neighboring countries.
Spotlight on Lesbian Women Health
All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health concerns.
Language and Identity
This Publication presents Language and Identity from a Gay perspective, and its goal is to raise questions and concerns regarding the relationship between the Language and the sexual identity and their connection and effects on each other.