Lesbian Muslim Teens: The Effect of LGBT Indoctrination on the Ummah

I had a sobering conversation with a fellow Muslim mom yesterday on the topic of Muslim teenagers falling into homosexuality.

We had been talking about our eldest sons and how they are both fast approaching adolescence, with her eldest son being 11 and mine almost 9. We were both reflecting on how it feels like the kids had just zoomed through their first decade of life so fast, and were now on the cusp of the dreaded teenage years. As they say, “the days are long but the years are short.”

I said, “We are moving into new territory with a new set of challenges. It used to be the challenge of constantly changing diapers, daily nap wars, toddler temper tantrums, and fights with siblings over toys. Soon inshaAllah, it will be talking about driving safe, hanging out with good friends who don’t smoke or do drugs or curse, not getting addicted to video games, and being careful with the opposite gender.”

“Or…the same gender,” my friend said. “That LGBT stuff is happening in the Muslim community too. Just most Muslim parents have no idea what their kids are up to.”

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My friend told me about a case she had recently stumbled upon two Muslim girls from very religious practicing Muslim families who came out as lesbian lovers. These two girls had been a couple for a while right under their parents’ noses, way before anyone noticed anything.

They had both been born to very practicing Muslim families in a large American city with a big Muslim community. Both girls grew up praying five times a day, wearing hijab, going to Islamic school. One girl was even homeschooled by her mom for the four years of high school in Saudi Arabia, where the family had relocated to try to live in a wholesome Muslim country. Both girls had memorized a good portion of the Quran and had teachers they would recite it to daily.

But they still became lesbian as teenagers, a couple of years after they first met and became friends. Then it escalated into something else.

One girl had always been a bit of a tomboy, wearing oversized hoodies and cargo pants with her hijab instead of the abaya. The other girl was more feminine. They met through their families because their mothers were friends and both were active in the community. The two girls, around 18 years old, clicked and started hanging out as friends. Soon they became inseparable, doing almost everything together. It didn’t raise any red flags because best friends of the same gender are always together.

Then the girls decided to travel to Egypt for a year to study Arabic. Their parents allowed them to go there together, thinking that learning Arabic in an Arab country was a good thing. The two young women, now in their early twenties, lived together in their own little apartment in Egypt and were alone together for a year.

A while after they came back home to the US, the nature of their relationship was accidentally discovered when a family member of one of the girls stumbled upon some explicit text messages. Then all heck broke loose.

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The families of both girls were shocked, stunned, and speechless. Their mothers cried. The families were wracked with grief, debilitated by depression and confusion, and guilt. The girls felt a bit guilty but thought they really had nothing to apologize for and were almost relieved because the secret was finally out.

The two young women, now in their mid-twenties, are living together on their own in a new state, far away from their parents. They have a “baby,” a pet dog who lives with them in the apartment. They are content creators on social media, making posts and videos about being unapologetically “queer and Muslim.”

Muslim parents, nurture your relationship with your children from a young age. Pave the way for a deep, real, meaningful parent-child relationship. Set the tone for the relationship early, establishing open lines of communication from childhood. Nothing can replace this foundation that only you can build.

Don’t rely on popular western “daees” or celebrity speakers to educate your children about this sensitive topic. This is a subject that these celeb Muslim speakers don’t broach because they are too much in the spotlight and don’t want to be seen as bigoted homophobes. Some of the biggest celebrity “shaykhs” even make statements confusing the issues, implying that there’s nothing incompatible with Islam and LGBTQ. Famous American Muslim activists and social justice warriors push, blatantly and brazenly, the liberal LGBTQ agenda of “tolerance and acceptance” for “all genders” and “all sexes orientations” because Allah is merciful. Virtually no one corrects them.

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Is it any wonder that, in this mess of confusion, young Muslim teenagers are utterly confused?

Parents, rely on Allah first and foremost and then do your best in the realm of parental efforts. Nothing can replace your love and attention for your own. There is no good substitute for your genuine care about the details of your child’s inner life, thoughts, and feelings. There is no adequate replacement for the bond you should have with your children, where the kids know they can come to you with literally anything.

Have frank conversations about sensitive topics even if you feel kind of uncomfortable. Let your young kids ask you endless questions, and answer them patiently. Allow your children to mess up and then come to you to admit their mistakes, without you flying into a rage. Let your kids, from their toddlerhood and early childhood, express their real thoughts and genuine feelings to you and find a calm safe haven in you.

You need to be a soft place for your kids to land.

This starts very, very early on in the child’s life.

The preparation for the tumultuous teen years is in early childhood years, well before the start of adolescence. The window in which parents have to instill character and habits and righteousness into their children is jarringly short–and then that window closes.

May Allah grant us all protection against the fitna of the times we live in, and safeguard our children and the youth of the Muslim Ummah, ameen.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Ironically, Many lesbians today are against what the LGBT movement has become because it allows any man to identify as a woman and become into a “transbian” and to be allowed in women’s spaces, and many of these “transbians” are pressuring lesbians to have sexual relationships with thems, and act like angry incels when they get rejected, and say that lesbians should date trans “women”.

    Speaking of dogs, if you didn’t notice, much more people are owning dogs compared to the past. Considering how worse the LGBT movement has gotten, and how intimate people are with their dogs, ie kissing them, sleeping with them like their spouses, treating them like their children, it makes me wonder how many people are secretly having sexual relationships with their dogs and it only seems to be a matter of time before bestiality will be normalized.

    • That’s irrelevant if they’re “against” it. They still identify as Lesbians which is a core reason behind the problem; making sexual preferences an identity.

    • “Speaking of dogs, if you didn’t notice, much more people are owning dogs compared to the past.”

      That’s because in the West women aren’t having babies – and also no husbands. Dogs are substitute children….and they provide some feeling of safety which husbands used to provide.

  2. Just so you are aware, in the Muslim nations of the east too, the situation is detrimental. It doesn’t have celebrity shuyukh promoting LGBT directly, but the new fashion there is pluralism, inclusivity, and ‘respect for all individuals’, and other such nonsense. The gay society in the east (middle or far) is very large but still in the closet, more like a really comfortable walk-in wardrobe, and proper deeni education, walaa and baraa, school curricula etc are being very rapidly watered down!

    Have a look at this example

    http:/ / Themwl.org/en/chartermakkah

    • True. In my country they’re pushing feminism very hard. A few years ago they started under the guise of ‘combatting domestic violence’…they always come in through a situation which nobody can reject to. Initially they always present themselves as a charitable organisation fighting some kind of social ill.

      A few years after this t.v. ads would show men doing home chores (mopping the floor, doing dishes) and women going to the office to have professional careers.

      After this the mantra of “mind your own business” and “live and let live” became somewhat popular.

      Now they are working on the gay agenda. Unfortunaly there is still a lot of machismo in my country. Men still overwhelmingly reject the idea.

      Feminism also will only go so far. The country is poor and much of economy is of record. Government can’t bankroll these organisations because few people pay taxes – feminism here is almost entirely financed by the European Union and the US.

      The best case scenario is for all this to get reversed. The worst case is a situation like Latin America which is comparably a very dangerous place for women.

      • NGOs are the da’iees of western kufr and are always bankrolled by them.

        Many times, ample documentary evidence has come to light about some of their local or foreign members/workers being intelligence agents for western nations.

        Yet other times, there have been scandals even documented by mainstream media about “aid workers” sexually abusing women and children in order to dole out “humanitarian” aid in whichever part of the world.

      • @akh are you talking about Afghanistan or Pakistan? Your description sounds particularly like both of those two countries.

      • SL July 25, 2021 at 5:50 am
        “@akh are you talking about Afghanistan or Pakistan? Your description sounds particularly like both of those two countries.”

        This agenda (agenda 2030) is being rolled out globally. Every country is witnessing these trends.

  3. A huge swath of the population is against the globo home agenda. The only reason they (the LGBT) act like they have power is because of government support. The Dems and Liberal parties in the west openly support them while the cuckservatives in the West have a watered-down opposition to them (the cuckservatives are essentially controlled opposition to all the absurdities introduced by the Left, they accept all Leftist trends like gay and trans albeit at a slower rate).

  4. First red flag: “They had both been born to very practicing Muslim families in a large American city…”
    Second red flag: “One girl had always been a bit of a tomboy, wearing oversized hoodies and cargo pants with her hijab instead of the abaya.”
    Third red flag: “Then the girls decided to travel to Egypt for a year to study Arabic. Their parents allowed them to go there together, thinking that learning Arabic in an Arab country was a good thing. The two young women, now in their early twenties, lived together in their own little apartment in Egypt and were alone together for a year.”

    Why would a practising family encourage and even facilitate a relationship between their daughter and a tomboy? Who by the way are cursed by the Prophet.

    What kind op parents would let their daughters travel alone….and live alone? In my community even the mildly religious ones would never allow this.

    Seems like these parents where too comfortable and carefree. And now they are paying the price.

    • Red flags indeed

      So called religious Muslims who have no concept of walaa wal baraa and have western philosophical ideas incompatible with the correct aqeedah… And although they may have memorized the book of Allah they do not implement it and in fact oppose it

      *《لا يحل لامرأة تؤمن بالله واليوم الآخر أن تسافر إلا مع ذي محرم》*
      *”It is not permissible for a woman who believes in Allah and the last day to travel without her mahram”*
      Reported by Al-bukhaari and muslim

      Even though many Muslims wouldn’t identify themselves as feminists or liberals, they think these type of narrations are too extreme or backwards…so in actuality they are because they have replaced the shareeah with something else. Allaahul musta’aan

      • Indeed a warped understandig of walaa wal al baraa…..and a severe lack in gheerah. No father with the slightest concern for his daughter would ever let her travel alone. Let alone travel alone abroad….let alone live without a mahram. Only a dayooth would be fine with this.

  5. Another issue is the delaying of marriage and making marriage difficult. It leads to fornication and homosexuality in both men and women even in muslim countries

    The messenger of Allaah sallalaahu alayhi wasallam said

    If there comes to you to marry (your daughter) one who with whose religious commitment and character you are pleased, then marry (your daughter) to him, for if you do not do that, there will be fitnah (tribulation) in the land and widespread corruption.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 1084; classed as hasan by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 866.

    Marriage without delaying for unacceptable excuses and also polygyny is a solution Islam has given us to solve these problems yet these muslims use the kuffaar criteria… We ask Allaah taalaa for safety

    • Whatever is the legal minimum age of marriage according to the law of the land where one lives (18 years old in most countries) Muslim parents should prepare to marry off their daughter (with her consent of course) at that minimum legal age. 18 years old is actually quite generous from the feminist liberals, because there are some countries like India and China where they ban marriage below age 21.

  6. Aboo Abdillaah July 22, 2021 at 3:05 pm
    “Another issue is the delaying of marriage and making marriage difficult. It leads to fornication and homosexuality in both men and women even in muslim countries”

    Delaying of marriage is a major problem. But we have to be clear who is doing it. Men in their late teens early twenties are open to getting married it’s women who are postponing marriage to their late twenties early thirties. Young women don’t want to be tied down to the responsibilities of marriage and child rearing. This is why they delay it as much as they can – often using ‘education’ as an excuse.

    Also parents aren’t prioritizing marriage…and aren’t actively involved in the process. Their number one concern is getting their daughters formally educated and having a good job, which they can brag about to family members. Most parents today arent’t raising future wives and mothers, they are raising future workers and consumers.

    When these women reach their late twenties and early thirties men of their age aren’t looking for them. They are looking for women who are younger. Men above them in age are already married or are divorced with children.

    Women should understand that their age is very important to men. Firstly because of fertility, secondly because women naturely tend to age much earlier and faster than men: men hit their physical peak in their early thirties (roughly around the age of 33) women hit this peak at around 21. The longer they wait the smaller the pool of potential suitors.

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