I generally try to have lowkey Sundays. You know, sit in the sun. Have some green tea while listening to Spotify and reading Time or The Economist. But sometimes the universe conspires against you to make sure your Sunday just tests you - case in point, the following 'ad' that was printed in MaltaToday: Let's just take a minute to … Continue reading 4 Things Wrong with this Anti-Gay Marriage Ad (other than the obvious)
While I'm pretty sure there are more than 10 things that women on this little bit of the Mediterranean are tired of dealing with, we needed to keep things concise for the sake of practicality. And for the sake of my own sanity. This post was inspired by some ridiculously sexist comments made by a … Continue reading 10 Things Women in Malta are Sick of Hearing
Ah, Malta. Sometimes I feel like our relationship is a lot like the Eurovision song On Again Off Again by legendary duo Julie and Ludwig. I love the tan you give me over the summer months, but hate the sticky humidity and general BO that washes over the island; I love your history and rich cultural past, but … Continue reading 5 Ways to React to Daphne’s Egrant Bombshell
I do this strange thing where I ping-pong between either being cripplingly shy, or not being able to stop myself from voicing my opinion on something. That 'something' is usually related to gender, women's rights, racism, civil rights, religion, and whether or not we should be putting pineapple on pizzas. Sometimes, I can't stop myself from entering the … Continue reading How to have a Debate in the (Maltese) Comments Section
Happy New Year, ladies and gentlemen! Now that the festive season and all the food, parties, and self-indulgence it brings with it are fading away into your Instagram feed, we can finally sit down together for a little 2017 chat. Tea? Check. Biscuits? Also check. Alright let's get started. Anyone who knows me will tell you that … Continue reading New Year, Same Me
As our charming yet construction-ridden slice of the Mediterranean is dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century (barely), atheists in Malta feel that they can be more open about their views, both online and in their day-to-day lives.