In Lebanon, a country where the LGBTQ community still faces extreme discrimination, a scene is emerging that celebrates the identity, flamboyance and passion of its queer community.
It’s voguing, a dance style created in New York City in the 80s to create a safe space for LGBTQ people.
We meet dancer Hoedy Saad in Beirut to discover how, in the face of adversity, he's building a vogue scene in the Middle East to fight for freedom.
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By Luke de la Nougerede
FJ 8563 RL