مقالي في المونيتور الأمريكية حول الفنان المصور عبدالرحمن الغابري بعنوان (تحولات المجتمع اليمني من خلال عدسة مصوّر يمني)
Yemeni society changes before photographer’s lens
Ever since the fall of the capital in September to the Houthi militia Ansar Allah, the sight of a child with a Kalashnikov rifle in the streets of Sanaa has become common. What has become strange and rare is the sight of a boy or a young man wearing a jasmine headband in Sanaa or any other city in Yemen. Jasmine has always been associated with women. During the last decade, it has become disgraceful for men to wear jasmine headpieces, with the exception of graduation celebrations, weddings and some other events. Otherwise, when a young man wears a jasmine headband, he is perceived as a criminal, homosexual or effeminate.
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