Whenever I go overseas I feel ‘home.’ Why does Australia feel so foreign?
Yassmin’s Teen Vogue article told it like it is. Her experience isn’t a lesson for us ethnics; it’s a lesson in white privilege.
There are 365 days in a year – why do we need to celebrate our national identity on a day that represents so much destruction to the traditional owners of this land?
Part II of our Mini-moon was spent in a cottage in the Parklands – a gorgeous location and phenomenal service!
Just because my views are slightly easier to swallow and relate to, it doesn’t mean that the views of other Muslims are any less valid.
This week, an Essential poll gave us news that 49% of Australians would like to see a ban on Muslim … More
Before airing, Here Come the Habibis was bashed over and over for being ‘racist’ (you can see the trailer here). A petition was … More
How about swapping out the ‘M’ in ‘Mussie’ with an ‘A’. Being called Aussies would be a nice change!
Forget them – this radicalised minority is to Australia what ISIS is to Islam.
For the last few months, I have been trying to write this post. The entire time I have been terrified. Ireland’s ‘Yes’ vote for marriage equality has given me strength.