BY MARIA DE LA O
First, you have to be invited. Then you have to promise complete discretion. On the appointed evening, you arrive and the list is checked. If everything looks OK, you’re in.
You’ve suddenly entered another world. There are scores of women dancing, talking, eating, drinking. They come from different backgrounds — Muslim, Christian, Bedouin, Druze — but they’re united, as Palestinians and as queer.
You’re finally home.
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