Being Queer and Muslim brings up a lot of challenges to Islam, above and beyond the obvious perceived sinfulness of homosexuality.
But there are so many gendered aspects of the religion. Even if the story of Lut can be interpreted to not condemn homosexuality, what about how Islamic rulings on marriage and how they'd relate to gay marriage? Do "male" roles and "female" roles turn into "masculine" and "feminine" roles?
This doesn't even begin to touch the subject of being transgender(ed) or genderqueer.
Is Islam meant to be a really gendered religion, and should we make those gender roles queer friendly or try to eliminate them?
Questions to keep a mind up at night.