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Homosexuality in human beings, as a concept and as a reality, has always been fascinating to me. I especially love reading about it, in history and sociology books. 491 more words

Original Writing

NewsMine: April 25, 2015

The European immigration crisis dominated much of the international news cycle this week, with ascendant coverage about continued unrest in the U.S. as new clashes between police and communities erupt. 655 more words


Why all the fear and divisiveness?

My chief concerns for most of my life were being able to keep a roof over my head and food on the table. Not just for me, but for my family. 1,378 more words


How Bruce Jenner opened the door for discussion on what it means to be transgendered

A startling 16.9 million viewers tuned in to watch Bruce Jenner’s interview with Diane Sawyer last night. In this interview Jenner confirmed the months long speculation of whether or not he identifies as a man or woman. 405 more words


The Unspoken Truth

Why did I have to pick up the rom-com book. Why did I have to start reading it, getting into the scene, almost as if I were there and smiling as the romantic ignition of two people on the first few dates sharing that magic spark. 1,256 more words


Diversity a Source of Competitive Advantage for BHP Billiton

22 April 2015

Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Summit
Vanessa Torres – Head of Group Investments and Value Management, BHP Billiton

Ms Torres delivered a speech at the Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Summit in Perth today, alongside female colleagues from the resources and energy industries, who celebrated the strong contribution female leaders make to their workplaces. 1,512 more words