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This paper examines the politics of being queer in a cross-cultural context in Abdellah Taia's short story "Moroccan Slave". 'Queer politics' will be read in two manners: first, as the politics of being queer for both Moroccans and Americans; second, as the perplexing politics of gay relationships. The aim of this paper is to shed light on the complex nature that engulfs certain gay relationships which have cross-cultural, religious, and age boundaries. The following questions will be answereddoi:10.5281/zenodo.1313130 fatcat:ngwawirzdfdaxm5uismxdb4kx4