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Zoon (she/they) is a pseudonym for the author, who is stuck in the limbo of whether to come out or not to the entire world, including her very inquisitive Google-ing parents. She enjoys writing about all things under the sun, but right now sticks to feminism, queer issues, Islam, and food. She is also fond of the outdoors, art, and reading up on folk cultures.

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