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The End of the Revolution, According to Gino

May 28, 2015

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If you haven’t done so already, read this first. Last night, between 3 and 4AM, Lebanon’s revolution died. This country’s only hope burned down to the ground, and unlike the Phoenix, it will not rise again, which proves that God doesn’t exist. When I started Lebanon’s nightlife a few years ago, I had hope. Hope […]

Every Single Article Ever Written About Being Gay in Beirut in One Convenient Article

November 5, 2013

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It’s a dark night in Beirut, the San Francisco of the Middle East. This darkness is powerful. It represents Beirut’s past, its present, and its bleak future. But tonight, it also represents the state of gay people in this Middle Eastern city by the sea. Hassan, whose name I have changed to protect his privacy […]