Why Women Wear the Muslim Headscarf

There is this fear that all women committing to wearing the Muslim headscarf will tell you they live with. Muslim women that is, specifically Australian Muslim women will tell you … Continue Reading →

What if the Victims were white…

I go back to Harron Monis Man , our wannabe terrorist – The Martin Place Siege –  who succeeded in only exposing himself as a psychopathic misogynist. What does misogyny … Continue Reading →

Who Says Violence Against Women is OK

December 2014 will go down as a day that defined Australians. The Martin Place siege and ensuing events created ongoing debate of when a criminal madman is defined as just … Continue Reading →

Follow Maya on Twitter and Facebook – Interest April 2015

Chomsky: Historical amnesia is a dangerous phenomenon because it lays the groundwork for crimes that lie ahead pic.twitter.com/cNj6CftHnO — CP MacLochlainn (@CPMacL2008) April 3, 2015 The real story behind that … Continue Reading →

Muslim Women Headscarf: Freedom of Expression

Getting the Headscarf Fashion Right Looking at the Muslim women’s headscarf, one has to examine its origins and how it came about. Every culture dresses to suite their weather and … Continue Reading →

Condemned Israeli War Crimes: Exercise in Recycled Manipulation of Language

Many world leaders have recycled the word “condemned” Israeli State action, but that condemnation does not go further to condemn Israeli war crimes. It’s the figurative slap-on-the-wrist approach while Israel … Continue Reading →

Israeli land grab

Isreali Politicians should be treated as war criminals.

The story of the classroom bully The bully beats the group of children into submission, one little measly, malnourished and un-loved child decided to take a stance or bully back … Continue Reading →

Who is Maya Dickson?

Maya Dickson English teacher, avid reader and pretend writer. My interest has been the “word” and how it influences people, societies and the world. How words can be used, re-manufactured, … Continue Reading →