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By sharing the stories of ExMuslims from around the globe we aim to engage our audience by igniting empathy based on stories that may be of shared experience or ones that present to us a different understanding of the current landscape.

Mama, are you not wearing the scarf anymore?
Under my Veil

Mama, are you not wearing the scarf anymore?

My hair had been flattened by my scarf for 18 long years. We had gone to the park in the...
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After Dissent

That’s why I speak out against Islam

Ever since I stopped being Muslim 12 years ago, I haven’t been able to let Islam go. Just not in...
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Under my Veil

Daily Battle

Every morning I wake up hugging myself. I wake up hugging this form that I live in that I hate...
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After Dissent Under my Veil

I’m a hijabi, so are my sisters. We’re not Muslims

Dear reader, I wish I can write my story more openly but unfortunately, I have to be anonymous. I am...
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After Dissent

Dear God

Dear God, Are you a figment of my imagination, a product of human weakness or, are you really the most...
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Women and Sexuality

I’m a Hijabi and I kissed a girl

At 15 I fell in love with my best friend. Luckily she felt the same way about me. We went...
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Under my Veil

Imagine

Imagine being free,a feared entity.As the world mocks, her skin that is tasted by the wind, she walked on,confidently in...
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After Dissent

Mama, Don’t Preach

I always felt envious of the bond my female peers had with their mothers. They were able to be open...
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After Dissent

Dear Mum, from your ExMuslim Daughter

Dear Mum, I wish I was able to talk to you honestly about everything that matters to me. I wish...
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