Angelina Fanous


I Traveled to Egypt for a Miracle Cure for My ALS

In 1968, a light in the shape of a woman was seen radiating from the dome of the Church of Saint Mary in Zeitoun, Cairo. She disappeared after two or three minutes, but she reemerged the next week—again for just a few minutes. She continued to visit...


Egypt Is in Dire Need of Sex Education

How do people—especially women—learn about sex in a country where sex is taboo?


The Worst Part of the Ice Bucket Challenge Is the People Criticizing It

The worst people aren’t the hashtag activists—they’re the ones behind their computers typing angry prose of disapproval.